Rain is already annoying enough when it’s not seemingly made of spiders.
So spare a thought for the people who had to keep an eye on a group of arachnids that appeared to be raining down over rural Brazil, thanks to hot and humid weather.
João Pedro Martinelli Fonseca, who filmed a video of the event, told a local paper Terro Do Mandu (as per a translation from The Guardian) that he was travelling to his grandparents’ farm north east of São Paulo, when he noticed black dots in the sky.
Fonseca said he was “stunned and scared,” in particular when a spider fell through the window, and well, fair enough. Read more…
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“Spider lightning”: It’s a thing.
An especially hard weather phenomenon to catch on film but one savvy videographer managed to capture it illuminating the sky in South Australia.
During an electrical storm illuminating the seaside suburb of Glenelg outside of Adelaide, local man Caleb Travis shot the stunning lightning on Monday night.
What’s spider lightning? It occurs when lightning bolts branch out and creep along the underside of stratiform clouds.
Seriously, if there’s an indication wizards are battling in our atmosphere, this could be it. Read more…
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