Did you know there is a period of calm before a storm?
If you have an opportunity of looking at visible satellite imagery of big storms, at first glance, it may appear that the clear areas are due to water vapor being sucked out of the sky and into the storms themselves. However, this isn't happening at all. A tremendous amount of vapor and heat are drawn toward the center of hurricanes; the perception that it seems calm is not actually true. We're perhaps so accustomed to hearing this maxim (calm before the storm) that when threatening weather is on our doorstep, we think that there will be a "mandatory" lull before the big blow.
Calm Before The Storm Screen Saver is a program that will send soothing jolts of lightning through your system. Watch these photographic backgrounds as they are lit up by the dance of lighting in the skies. The mood is completed with comforting, yet haunting background music
The full version includes two more electrifying stormy scenes - rocky shore and canyon buttes, more animation and more lightning thunders.
- nice images
- needs more animations