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Rare December storms put on a show: Lightning, rainbows seen across West Virginia: December 10, 2004

VIDEO: Lightning and thunder in Charleston on Friday: RealVideo, 2.3MB

CHARLESTON, WV - Several rounds of strong storms moved across West Virginia on Friday, proving that lightning and thunder can happen any time of the year. The storms brought bright lightning, loud thunder, and even small hail to parts of the state. In the late afternoon, breaks in the clouds allowed sunlight to filter in among the rain - causing the formation of brilliant rainbows.

ABOVE, BELOW: A spectacular rainbow near the West Virginia Turnpike south of Mahan.

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