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
People under 25 might not realize it, but 'Thundersnow" was not a common part of North American winter in the 20th century. I had never heard the term till the last decade or so. So many surprises in store..
BOSTON — Many on the East Coast are dealing with winter weather this weekend, but the Weather Channel's Jim Cantore got to experience something rare in New England. Thundersnow is rare, so when meteorologist Jim
Excited Weatherman Goes Crazy over Thundersnow (Video). The Weather Channel's meteorologist Jim Cantore was really excited about catching the phenomenon called 'thundersnow' on camera. And when I say excited,
Boston is basically the Arctic right now, but with more snow. The latest storm produced multiple instances of Thundersnow. The great Jim Cantore was as fired up as a testosterone fueled weather geek could be. Let us all be