Bundle up and crack a smile,
Viewers of WGN in Chicago were treated to a hilarious weather forecast on Halloween when 7-year-old Charlie Hale from Our Lady of Mount Carmel Academy was invited on as the network's 'Friday Forecaster'.
Watch Charlie take it away, AFTER THE JUMP...
A video captured on a beach in Novosibirsk, Siberia, looks like an apocalyptic scene from The Day After Tomorrow.
People are seen enjoying a sunny day day at the beach before the 99F weather instantly turns into a massive hailstorm.
A woman later told The Siberian Times:
"My husband was protecting my young daughter but his back was exposed to the hailstones and he has bruising all over it"
Watch the footage of the freak storm, AFTER THE JUMP...
A security camera in Alberta, Canada captured this…wait for it…shocking footage of a Chevrolet pickup truck being struck by lighting while driving down the highway.
Check it out, AFTER THE JUMP...
Al and Betty Perry, the couple in the truck, told CTV Edmonton News that following the strike the airbags deployed and cabin began filling with smoke. The couple tried to escape but with the truck's electric system fried, the doors and windows wouldn’t open from the locked position. Luckily, a passing police officer witnessed the scene and was able to smash out the window using his baton.
Earlier this week we reported on a pop science article alleging that hurricanes with female names are more deadly than those with male names - using a flawed theory.
Colbert suggests that this year we rename all storms to make them sound as masculine and scary as possible in order to keep people safe.
Watch, AFTER THE JUMP...