To wrap up our week on time lapse videos in the blog, I thought I'd finish with a potpourri of some of my favorite weather time lapse videos over the years.
First up, what happens when 36 inches of snow falls in about 20 hours in Washington, D.C. during a 2010 snow storm? Find out as this creative resident was ready for the big snow:
Next, an impressive gravity wave over Iowa:
How about the Southern Lights as seen from the International Space Station:
And while we're in space, here is another view that shows some of the city lights of nighttime Earth, complete with thunderstorms:
Finally, we'll finish the week off with another compilation:
Have a great weekend!