At their most violent, British thunderstorms have been known to shower land with fish and frogs. Small creatures can be sucked up within the strong updrafts of a thunderstorm and carried along for an hour or more before falling back to earth. In 1984 six-inch long fish fell on a London neighbourhood - some were still alive. Not quite raining cats and dogs though.
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