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The weather isn't always as simple as whether or not it's going to rain. Sometimes nature creates phenomena that are rarely encountered. This series takes a look at some of these much-less-usual conditions, with eyewitness accounts and with meteorological and other explanations for the events from scientists in various fields. So, next time you see fish raining down from the sky, remember that there may be scientific justification for the circumstances.
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Language: English Release Date: 11 August 2013 Genres: Weather Theme: Discovery, Transformation Time Period: 2010s

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Attacking Ice

Elephant-sized lumps of ice falling from the sky; rainbows at night.

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Flying Foam

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Brain Hail

Tsunamis in the sky in Alabama; firestorms that fuel their own weather.

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