Image of the Day: Who Says Lightning Can’t Strike Twice?

It has been the summer for thunderstorms. Yet another strong storm swept across Toronto, allowing lightning to strike the city's iconic CN Tower, which is 1,815 feet in height. The thunderstorm only lasted 30 minutes but that was enough time for lightning to hit the tower on multiple occasions. Richard Gottardo, a Canadian photographer, was able to photograph the stunning event. Thunderstorms feed off of warm air, which is one reason they have been so commonplace during this exceedingly hot summer.

Credit: Richard Gottardo/Caters News