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Top 5 Animal Videos Depicting Recent Weather

18 Jan 2017, 5:07 am

If I had it my way here at Weather Nation, we would play nothing but videos of animals in different weather.

I gathered a few of my favorites from the past week to prove my point:

1. We all Portland got snow, but these animals enjoying the fresh coating somehow warms our cold winter hearts in a way no forecast could.

Hate the snow? These critters in Portland, Oregon don't seam to mind! – Video: Oregon Zoo

Posted by WeatherNation on Wednesday, January 11, 2017

2. The devastating ice storm across the central U.S. knocked out power and made travel near impossible. But for these cows, it’s just another day.

Frozen Farms

This just looks cold!It's a good reminder to make sure that you don't leave your furry friends out in the freezing

Posted by WeatherNation on Sunday, January 15, 2017

3. Not much weather in this next one, but try watching it without laughing out loud!

Catalina State Park, AZ Fighting Rabbits

Every bunny was kung fu fighting. – Video: Jessica Windes

Posted by WeatherNation on Monday, January 16, 2017

4. Alligators typically slow down in the winter. The cooler temperatures mean cold blooded animals move slower, and when the air temperature drops below the water temperature they stay submerged. But warmer than average temperatures lately across the sunshine state may have contributed in this behemoth taking a stroll through drier vegetation!

Gator or Dinosaur

Gator or Dinosaur? A massive alligator was spotted walking across an open pathway a few feet away from passers-by at a wildlife preservation center near Lakeland, – Video: Kim Joiner

Posted by WeatherNation on Monday, January 16, 2017

5. Not so much a video, but these shots of the snowy owl in dense fog are amazing!!!

Hope you found as much enjoyment in these videos (and pictures) as I did!
Until the next batch,

-Meteorologist Jeremy LaGoo



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