The Cassini probe has recently sighted the largest known electrical storm. The storm itself is larger than the continental United States, and the lightning bolts are 1,000 times more powerful than any known on Earth. That is wicked cool.
Michigan's daily reported deaths peaked at 125 per day, below projections. Now we're averaging 75/day and falling. We just reported 10 deaths per day over two days, the lowest totals in three months. This decline is more painful, slower, and bumpier than others--but it is real.