Super Cell

Watch some time-lapse video of super-cell thunderheads taken in June over Texas this year. A thing of true beauty, but awesomely powerful and deadly dangerous as well.

 

A Supercell Thunderstorm Over Texas
Video Credit & Copyright: Mike Olbinski; Music: Impact Lento (Kevin MacLeod, Incompetech)

(seen on APOD)

 

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