Source: Markus Spring
Though this might sound like something out of a biblical passage, the Honduran rain of fish is a legitimate annual event. Every year between May and July, Honduras is subject to a massive thunderstorm that lasts up to three hours and precipitates more than just liquid. For those outside braving the storm, it’s not unforeseeable that they might be pelted with fish. Though the phenomenon is difficult to explain, a widely accepted theory is that the raging storm produces strong enough winds to deliver the fish that reside 200km away from the main city center.