Welcome to the personal blog, photo and video gallery website home page for Douglas "Lightningboy" Kiesling, The Weather Paparazzi.
What a insane end of summer. Let's see what fall brings. First off, crack book (facebook) kind of took over again as the social media outlet and my personal page got kicked to the back burner. So much has been happening here and I have been keeping busy with StormChasingVideo.com and with Laura.
Hard to imagine that she is now seven months old and starting to talk and hold her self up. Seem's like yesterday I cut the cord and held her hand for the first time.
Have a happy and safe 4th of July. Today is another huge day for StormChasingVideo.com We surpassed the 60,000 subscriber count for our channel on Youtube.com www.youtube.com/BNVN1
So proud of what we have been able to acomplish as a team effort at StormChasingVideo.com and proud to work with the best of the best in storm chasing.
I have a lot of catching up to do here on my personal site. It was down while we were moving servers and got pretty much kept getting shoved to the back burner while my time has been pulled away helping with Laura and work in general.
Yes, the site and my personal time have been pretty much off line and off the grid for months. So let's get you caught up. Say Hello World to Laura
There's an unceasing wind that blows through this night
And there's dust in my eyes, that blinds my sight
And silence that speaks so much louder that words,
Of promises broken
In the process of rebuiilding the site. Will be back with a vengence soon...
Video Footage from the Minnesota/South Dakota border from the Blizzard Warning Area of intense 55MPH winds and blowing & falling snow creating reduced visibility and hazardous travel conditions.
Video footage includes:
1. Blowing snow across the roadway and falling snow.
The blizzard warning continues for southern Minnesota as the high winds are blowing around the snow. Combined with the glare ice on the road surface, travel is not advised.
Clip 1 Snow plow driving past on I35
A blizzard is impacting southern Minnesota and the Interstate 35 Corridor with white out conditions and dangerous travel conditions.
Clip 1 Albert Lea I35 sign in the blizzard
Clip 2 SUV stuck in the ditch