A winter thunderstorm just rolled into Philly. Here’s how the Twittersphere reacted.
Did anyone else feel that? Our studio just shook at its foundation. Thunderstorm or earthquake?
— Preston & Steve Show (@PrestonSteve933) February 19, 2014
A little thunder never hurt anyone before, right? Because our entire building just shook after that last lightning flash and thunder boom!
— Jon and Sean Show (@JonandSeanShow) February 19, 2014
— Wendy Rollins (@wendyrollins) February 19, 2014
@PrestonSteve933 yup, all of temple university just shook
— mary kate r. (@mkradomski) February 19, 2014
Not an earthquake #philly. Just insane winter thunder
— Elizabeth Fiedler (@EAFiedler) February 19, 2014
That thunder in Philadelphia scared the hell out of me because I figured it was a building collapsing.
— Dan McQuade (@dhm) February 19, 2014
You want to see something hilarious?? Watch a sleeping cat during an unexpected thunderstorm.. She is currently stuck to the ceiling.
— Joshua Crompton (@PhillyNewsGuy) February 19, 2014
Either that was thunder or we have very little precious taco and beer time left on Earth. We open in an hour for all your #Armageddoneeds.
— Jose Pistola's (@JosePistolas) February 19, 2014
Our House Just shook in the Chestnut Hill section of #Philly with a bright flash of lightning followed by loud thunder.
— Larry Mendte (@LarryMendte) February 19, 2014
A nuclear bomb was just dropped on the Somerton section of Philly! Oh, just thunder? Well that was some roll! Wow….
— Matt Veasey (@PPDMattVeasey) February 19, 2014
So All Of Philly Felt That?!!
— Beano French (@JustBeano) February 19, 2014
Hey let's name whatever that was because apparently that's in vogue now. I vote SNUNDER.
— Fishtown (@fishtown) February 19, 2014
Skated home last night on the ice; sailed to work this morning in an ark. #OverWinter
— DJRobertDrake (@DJRobertDrake) February 19, 2014
I forget that people in Philadelphia haven't heard thunder very often.
— Joel Mathis (@joelmmathis) February 19, 2014
I say there's still enough snow on the ground that this counts as a #THUNDERSNOW!
— Philly Mag (@phillymag) February 19, 2014