12 Crazy Pics Of Mother Nature Doing Things On Its Own TermsBy Vika https://pictolic.com/article/12-crazy-pics-of-mother-nature-doing-things-on-its-own-terms.html
There’s this saying that essentially says there is no bad weather—only bad choices in clothing. Obviously, people who say that have never lived through extreme weather conditions. I doubt putting an extra jacket on will help with wading through the flood, Tim.
And even though extreme weather is normal in the sense that it happens because that’s just how nature works to bring balance to the cosmos, what is not normal, however, is what humanity is doing to tip the scale of the natural order of things, making extremes a more common occurrence. In other words, look at it as a wake-up call to do something about it before Waterworld happens.
#1 Hailstorm Today In Johannesburg, South Africa. The First Wave Was Golf Balls, And The Second Wave Was Frozen Covid
#2 The Power Of A Tornado
#3 Tree Struck By Lightning Burning From Inside Out
No doubt there is ample awareness of the stuff that awaits us should we not consider climate change a real threat. The ever-increasing global temperature is just one of many factors resulting from human life on Earth.
In 140 years, the global temperature has increased by around 3 degrees with nearly each year in the last few decades being record-breaking in terms of oh god, why is it so hot outside?
#4 Crazy Storm Uprooted Our Tree In The Front Yard, Banana For Scale
#5 Severe Storms In My City Now. A Local Guy Just Posted How Happy He Was He Hit Snooze This Morning
#6 Get Some Winter Sun They Said, Go To Spain They Said
But before (and hopefully, not at all) humanity burns alive if nothing effective is done, we will experience an ever-increasing number and multitude of extreme weather conditions. What’s that? In formal terms, weather is extreme if it’s on the extreme end of what’s been seen in weather patterns historically. This also includes unexpected, unusual, severe, and unseasonal behaviors in the climate.
#7 Golf-Ball-Sized Hail Today
#8 A Machine Came Through My Local John Deere For Repairs From The Tornado In Kentucky
#9 Blizzard Blew Open The Main Door Of My Garage Yesterday
So, things like heat waves, cold waves, heavy rain and storms, tornadoes, droughts, and floods (among many other things) fit the bill of extremes.
And while you might not necessarily be affected by some of these, it doesn’t mean you can’t be affected at all. A tornado, flood, or drought coming through an area where a lot of the world’s food comes from might mean a shortage for countries that rely on it. And you can’t ever know when supply is restored because that 7-minute tornado won’t take 7 minutes to fix. It’s just impossible.
#10 My Nephew Is Part Of The Town Road Crew. Trying To Get To Work To Plow
#11 Hail In Salado
#12 Not The Beautiful Florida View Anyone Imagined! Courtesy Of Hurricane Ian