And by a few we mean one specific meteorologist, who hit the weather-nerd jackpot when he experienced thundersnow no fewer than six times. It was difficult for Jim Cantore to contain his excitement, and the Weather Channel compiled a hilarious video of
On Sunday, the weatherman LOST IT when he witnessed the phenomena of thunder snow (a snowy gale accompanied by lightning and thunder) in Boston. We don't want to ruin this flawless moment for you, but we'll say the
In short, thundersnow is a thunderstorm that occurs in heavy snowfall, often accompanied by thunder and lightning. It doesn't happen often, which means it can be difficult to capture on camera. The Weather Channel's Jim Cantore literally flipped out
BOSTON — The Weather Channel meteorologist Jim Cantore loves the weather. He really, really loves the weather. Cantore could not contain himself this week in Boston when he experienced thundersnow not once, not twice, not three times. but six times.
Is it possible for anyone to get more excited about thundersnow than Weather Channel meteorologist Jim Cantore? As snow pummeled the East Coast Monday night into Tuesday morning, with as much 14 inches piling up in some areas, and plenty of ice and