An evocative three and a half-minute sequence of lightning strikes and billowing storm clouds by Arizona-based storm-chaser and videographer Dustin Farrell.
Shot over two years and edited over 300 hours, it’s a sequel to this 2017 full-screener.
As the sun rises a clearance from the West will bring some sunny spells but also some showers.
A lot of sleepy heads this morning after broken sleep from the wind and rain. pic.twitter.com/sP3kW4NzWl
— Carlow Weather (@CarlowWeather) December 18, 2018
Some night, in fairness.
— BBC NI Weather (@newslineweather) December 6, 2018
So the storm that shall not be named but has Orange Warnings in place with bring strong gusts from late tonight through tomorrow as these high resolution HIRLAM charts show. pic.twitter.com/azkLgs3Poz
— Carlow Weather (@CarlowWeather) December 6, 2018
A festival-favourite 2016 short by Tel Aviv based animators Hani Dombe & Tom Kouris. To wit:
Lili refuses to let go of her childhood and fights a sandstorm that threatens to take it away. In the heart of the storm she rediscovers the joy of childhood, but forced to choose between illusion and reality.