The water temperatures along coastal regions of Lakes Michigan and Superior took an astounding 25 to 30 degree plunge overnight on Monday. Parts of Lake Superior bottomed-out at 38°F, while parts of eastern Lake Michigan hit 41°F. These temperatures are more common in April than the last week in July.
Scientists working on NASA’s Cassini mission have discovered no less than 101 distinct geysers on Saturn’s small icy moon Enceladus. Just as exciting is the possibility that liquid water may be reaching the surface — making Enceladus a major target for future exploration.
Our planet has been witness to plenty of strange weather happenings recently, from devastating floods to the polar vortex. These events are providing a glimpse of what it was like during the pre-Holocene era — a time of volatility and destruction. But it could also be a demonstration of where climate change is taking us.
A very large lightning strike under a supercell thunderstorm near Canadian, TX on June 22, 2014. If you want to learn how to shoot lightning like a pro, you should check out our infographic we posted on our blog: http://ift.tt/1r9UWFe