Best storm-watching places in North America

Storms place us firmly between fascination and fear, and storm-watching has become a widespread pastime. Here are of some of our favorite stages to watch the weather play out in front of us.

Text by Crai S. Bower | Photo editing by Connie Ricca

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Jul 18, 2013 5:00PM
Having lived outside of Key West, FL at MM15  it was incredible watching storms rolling in, watching waterspouts forming miles from my home and the incredible lightning in the distance it was insane, yet fun.And 70miles from Key West part of the National Park Service lays Fort Jefferson in the Dry Tortugas where you could see all types of weather for miles and at night the lights of Havana, Cuba and Key West, FL during Hurricane Wilma it was either a whale or a Manatee that was pushed by the sheer force of the wind and waves into the moat surrounding the Fort.check it out at
Jul 18, 2013 7:48AM
Point Pelee is in Lake Erie, not Lake Ontario.  Please check your facts!
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