Extreme Heat In NYC Creates Stormy, Apocalyptic Cloudscape

Опубликовано 17 июля 2018, 22:51
Gary Hershorn / @GaryHershorn Dark stormclouds descended on New York City Tuesday afternoon. Summer thunderstorms are fueled by hot, humid conditions that push more warm air up into the atmosphere, where it brews moisture and builds an unstable environment, creating the perfect recipe for a big storm. The hot weather phenomenon is projected to only get worse, as the planet warms up. Photojournalist Gary Hershorn snapped this image from Hoboken, New Jersey, across the Hudson river from Manhattan: Nearby, Twitter user Max Guliani spotted this gnarly cloud formation: It's all prompted by the sweltering temperatures that have been bathing the New York City region in sticky heat.

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