Motorists in a British village had to brake suddenly to avoid a hailstorm of apples that rained down Monday night. More than 100 yellowy-green apples (OMG! Call in the army!) tumbled from the sky over a main road in Keresley, Coventry, shortly after rush hour, the Guardian reported. The small apples pelted windshields and hoods of cars.
"The apples fell out of the sky as if out of nowhere," one driver told the newspaper. "They were small and green and hit the (hood) hard.
"There were other cars on the road at the time, too, and everyone had to stop their cars suddenly."Meteorologists said the apple avalanche could have been caused by a sudden vortex of air. Or we're just being rained upon by those evil, pesky birds in the clouds.