Cloudy with a Chance of Awesome


A thunderstorm is awe inspiring, but an even more awesome display of God’s power is the supercell—a giant rotating storm that can cover more than a thousand square miles, spawning multiple tornadoes and throwing huge hailstones for miles. Supercells form all over the world, but they are most common in “Tornado Alley” in the United States. Supercells are responsible for some of the most severe weather in the world, including several records.

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April – June 2015

The eruption of Mount Saint Helens in the 1980s changed how we view catastrophe; on its thirty-fifth anniversary, we examine what we’ve learned since then.

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