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Asiaq is an Inuit Weather Goddess who was quite frequently invoked by the angakoq for good weather, for instance if spring was late it was important to satisfy Her to make sure She would send rain and melt the ice. To the Inuit of Greenland, Asiaq, the Mother of Weather, decides the quantity and the time for snow to fall.

from HubPages

European Mother Goddesses

"Sadness of Gaia" by Josephine Wall, Carolyn Emerick @ http://carolynemerick.hubpages.com/hub/Mother-Goddesses-from-World-Religions

from Telegraph.co.uk

Lightnings, hurricanes, tornados and supercells by storm chaser Camille Seaman

This Low Precipitation Supercell develops with tops climbing to 60,000 ft; the rotation was so great that it formed a beautiful swirling barber pole formation which rapidly transformed into a lovely mesocyclonic (rotating) cloud. WOW!