- Meteorologists Josh Searles and Jessica Topal met as interns at AccuWeather
- They married on August 12 in Connecticut and a friend captured the moment
- A lightning storm served as the perfect backdrop for some wedding photos
Two meteorologists’ wedding photos were perfectly backdropped by a lightning storm.
Josh Searles and his wife, Jessica Topal, first met as interns at AccuWeather nine years ago.
The two fell madly in love and recently tied the knot, behind a backdrop extremely fitting for them.
The lovebirds were recently photographed kissing in front of lightning, proving that storm clouds aren’t always a bad thing.
Josh Searles and his wife, Jessica Topal, are both meteorologists who had a perfect backdrop for their wedding photos
Josh and Jessica’s snaps were captured by their friend and photographer Sam Backhaus.
He shared the video of the two posing up a storm on Instagram.
‘I was (for once) the guest at my partner’s best friend’s wedding and thankfully had a phone camera on hand,’ Sam wrote in the caption.
‘This is apparently what happens when two meteorologists get married. It’s absolute complex perfection.’
Josh and Jessica’s wedding was held in Bethlehem, Connecticut, on August 12.
And the couple gushed over the snaps of them.
In one of the images, the couple are seen kissing as lightning strikes behind them.
It marked the perfect way to close out their wedding.
Josh and Jessica’s snaps were captured by their friend and photographer Sam Backhaus
The lovebirds were recently photographed kissing in front of lightning, proving that storm clouds aren’t always a bad thing
The storm acted as a stunning reminder about how the two met.
Josh thanked Sam for capturing the beautiful moment between him and his ‘best friend.’
‘Thank you so much Sam for capturing this moment!’ the groom said.
He added that the lovebirds had an ‘amazing time.’