The pair of waterspouts was spotted on the Tuscan coast near Livorno, which is in northwest Italy.
D.C. snow-lovers can probably relate.
In a perverse coincidence, a typhoon is headed in the direction of Tacloban and may make landfall precisely when half a million people are expected to attend mass.
Satellite imagery reveals a pair of cyclones in the southern Indian ocean, and one is a doozy.
The combination of a stagnant weather pattern and a swell of pollution sent the air quality index in Beijing soaring beyond "hazardous" levels.
The storm easily meets the meteorological criteria of a "bomb" cyclone, having dropped over 24 millibars in 24 hours.
The U.K. Met Office has issued a yellow warning for winds up to 80 mph across Northern Ireland.
This week's storm comes just five days after the strongest winds in over 50 years were recorded in parts of Scotland.
A raging jet stream powered dangerous ground winds making landing planes in affected areas quite the adventure.
The rip-roaring Atlantic jet stream was shaving almost an hour off flights from New York to London.