From the Series X-treme Facts: Science
Funnels of fire fly through the sky, rain the color of blood falls from clouds above, and bolts of heat hotter than the surface of the sun flash to Earth. Weather isn’t always rainbows and fluffy cumulous clouds. Whether it’s raining cats and dogs (or frogs, as it did once in a small Serbian town) or it hasn’t rained a drop in years (or even a drought lasting more than a decade), weather can be wild. Discover the extreme facts about weather in this kooky book.