(PCM) By the time February rolls in, many of us here in the northern hemisphere are tired of snow, and cold, and scraping our cars off every morning. We’ll be waiting with frosted breath to find out if Punxsutawney Phil sees his shadow – will spring make an early entrance, or are we condemned to six more weeks of winter blahs? read more
(PCM) Hurricanes have been a very dangerous and destructive weather phenomenon that have affected our planet for centuries. Most of them have been named by the World Meteorological Organization and the National Weather service to avoid confusion between storms and make the lines of communication a bit easier. read more
(PCM) Some meteorologists say no, however new evidence was discovered claiming that hexagonal clouds which create “air bombs” with up to 170 mph winds may to blame for the dozens of ship and airplane disappearances in the region. read more
(PCM) A 75-year old Texas woman by the name of Charlesetta Williams has an incredible tale of survival. A strong tornado blew the roof off of her home and lifted up the bathtub she was taking shelter in, spinning it around and then depositing it in the woods. read more
(PCM) Talk about irony! Having one car crushed by a tree is bad enough, but let alone two in the same day! That is exactly what happened to one California man, when two of his vehicles were crushed by fallen trees in different cities on the very same day. read more
(PCM) The upcoming November supermoon will break records as being the largest supermoon that we have witnessed in the last 70 years, in fact it marks the closest full moon in the 21st century. read more
(PCM) The wind is responsible for a bit of an odd invasion that occurred near Ontario, Canada. It seems that 1,500 American’s were accidentally blown into Canadian territory while participating in a floating event that was taking place on the St. read more
(PCM) Isn’t technology grand? A Kickstarter campaign will be launched to bring a new smart umbrella to the market that can actually predict when it is going to rain and warn users in advance of a potential downpour. read more
(PCM) While staying in a BDSM-themed sex motel may have been in the plans for some this past Valentine’s Day, it was certainly not what some travel weary passengers from Hainan Airlines had in mind when their flight was delayed overnight. read more
(PCM) South Florida driver Anthony Ciarrochi is making headlines after a video has surfaced showing him idiotically driving straight through a massive tornado while cussing and carrying on about how slow the other drivers on the road are travelling. read more
(PCM) As many have heard on the news or are currently experiencing themselves, temperatures especially in states such as Minnesota have dropped to well below 10 degrees. Despite the brutally cold weather conditions, some Minnesota residents have decided to have a little fun and let people know that yes, they are literally freezing their pants off! read more
(PCM) Astronomy fans are in lucky and hopefully will have their telescopes ready, as you will be able to view the planets Mercury, Venus, Saturn, Mars and Jupiter all at the same time from planet Earth. read more
(PCM) A full moon on Christmas hasn’t occurred since 1977, however that will change this year when the moon will reach full size on Christmas Day at 6:11 am EST. According to the predicted forecast at this time there should be very little cloud cover and no fog, so the Christmas full moon should be completely visible to all … maybe even Santa Claus himself! read more
(PCM) As a result of some severe weather that took place in the Toledo, Ohio area a giant, inflatable red ball was wedged loose from it’s place as part of an art exhibit in the area and began rolling down the street. read more
(PCM) In this amazing rescue story two sister, 52-year old Leslie Roy and 56-year old Lee Wright, were able to survive 13 days trapped in their 2010 Ford Explorer which became stuck in the snow on a remote road in Michigan’s Upper peninsula by eating Girl Scout Cookies and cheese puffs. read more
(PCM) The possible naming of a hurricane “Isis” has been deemed inappropriate by the U.N’s World Meteorological Organization due to the rise of the violent militant group the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria, otherwise known as ISIS. read more
(PCM) It is a very rare occurrence for the city of Jerusalem in Israel to get any type of significant snowfall, so when a rare snowstorm passed through the area the people were incredibly excited. read more
(PCM) All of us here on the East Coast are without a doubt tired of all the snow that has been dumped on our region lately, however one Massachusetts man has decided to take advantage of the situation and hopefully create a little cash on the side. read more
(PCM) There was no way we could resist sharing this one! One of the famous Oscar Meyer Wienermobiles crashed while traveling on icy road conditions in Enola, Pennsylvania.
While it appears that no one was seriously injured in the accident, the Wienermobile suffered significant damage to the front bumper and a cracked windshield. read more
(PCM) The Merrimack Police Department in New Hampshire have hilariously issued an arrest warrant for world-famous groundhog Punxutawny Phil for failing to warn them about just how bad this winter was going to be. read more
(PCM) Much to everyone’s disappointment, especially those of us in the North East regions of the country, Groundhog Day mascot Punxsutawney Phil has seen his shadow, so you know what that means … six more grueling weeks of winter! read more
(PCM) A family in Michigan is safe and sound after quite a scary ordeal that occurred during a snowstorm on Interstate 75. Pamela and Matthew Menz were traveling with their adult children Justin and Jennifer when their minivan crashed into the back of a semi-truck that was also traveling along the highway. read more
(PCM) As many of you are already aware, tonight, December 21st 2014 marks the winter solstice, however there is something even more special about this date this year.
If you reside anywhere in the Northern hemisphere then it will be the longest night the year, however this year tonight will be the longest night to ever happen. read more
(PCM) This past Wednesday a strong solar flare was released by the sun and is on a steady place towards the planet Earth.
Researchers have identified the flare as an “X-class” flare, which happens to be the most dangerous type, however experts claim that no major or catastrophic events are expected to occur. read more
(PCM) Those that were hoping for a milder winter this year will be quite disappointed by the predictions made in the Old Farmer’s Almanac which calls for a “super-cold” winter and more snowfall than normal for the north-east region of the country. read more
(PCM) There is a massive clean-up effort taking place in the small town of Pilger, Nebraska after two tornadoes ripped through their town on Monday.
The twin tornadoes are truly a rare site and are known for their incredible destructive power. read more
(PCM) This past Sunday marked the start of hurricane season and a new study reveals that hurricanes named after females turn out to be more deadly than those named after males. read more