A collection of bizarre natural phenomena that are as lovely as they are strange.
A dirty thunderstorm is a weather phenomenon that occurs when lightning is produced in a volcanic plume.
A Brinicle, or sea stalactite, is an ice formation that forms beneath sea ice when a flow of extremely cold, saline water is introduced to an area of warmer ocean water. They often leave a trail of deadly destruction in their wake. (see video)
Frozen Methane Bubbles
Frozen air bubbles in Abraham Lake in the North Saskatchewan River. Plants on the lake bed release methane gas and the methane freezes as it approaches the surface. The bubbles continue to stack up below those bubbles frozen above them.
Because normal tornadoes don't create enough destruction, we really need tornadoes made of fire.