Thursday, October 22, 2020

Places with meteorological phenomena

Mount Waialeale

The summit of this mountain is one of the wettest places on Earth with an average rainfall of 9,500 mm. The maximum rainfall in...

Ka’u Desert

Unusual natural phenomenon: a desert of dried lava which is devoid of any vegetation. Although the rainfall here exceeds 1,000 mm per year, the...

Masaya volcano

Very active and unusual volcano (635 m) with several active craters. One crater contains molten lava, Santiago crater emits large amounts of sulfur dioxide,...

Mbwelesu Crater (Marum Crater) with lava lake

The giant caldera of Ambrym Volcano has several craters. Up to recent time here were located two of the few lava lakes of the...

Benbow Crater with lava lake

The giant caldera of Ambrym Volcano has several craters. Up to recent time here were located two of the few lava lakes of the...

Dallol hot springs and geysers

One of the most unusual places on Earth is Dallol Volcano. It is dubbed to be the most colorful place on Earth and the...

Top 10 locations with unusual meteorological events

10 locations with unusual meteorological events There are rare locations in the world, where one can experience unique, highly unusual meteorological events. Below you see a...

Yoro Fish Rain – Lluvia des Peces

Phenomenon of Yoro Fish Rain is just too weird and looks like a hoax - but most likely it is not! Near Yoro town there...

10 locations with extreme meteorological conditions

10 locations with extreme meteorological conditions Extreme weather conditions happen in different places of the world but there are very few places on Earth where...

Kifuka – place where lightning strikes most often

The small and otherwise undistinguished Kifuka village in remote part of the Democratic Republic of the Congo became world famous in 2004 - 2005:...