Late Tuesday or early Wednesday Isaac is expected to make landfall as a hurricane with winds up to 100mph. That's dangerous enough, but there's another major fear when it comes to this particular storm.
One year ago, East Texas was in the grip in one of our hottest Summers and worse droughts on record. In fact, the drought lasted through October and forecasters told us it would take a few years for ponds and lakes to recover.
At the time, it was nothing to laugh at, but as you look back at the video (and realize no one got hurt or worse), it's funny to see grown men and professional baseball players scrambling for the dugout and even going so far as hitting the dirt when this lightning strike hits in the immediate vicinity.
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