The Dark Clouds Come Rolling Into Arizona But Moments Later Things Nuts!

It is amazing that this unusual weather phenomenon was actually caught on video. Known as a microburst, a “wave” of cool air and rain falling to the ground, it most often occurs at high speeds during a thunderstorm.

This wet microburst, seen here, results in creating high winds of an extremely high magnitude. They can go over 150 miles per hour, because they hit the ground horizontally. This kind of dispersion results in what can literally be called “balls” of rain.

The video you are about to watch is a series of wet microbursts caught by Bryan Snyder, above Tucson, Arizona. He time lapsed the footage to accentuate nature seen at it’s most powerful, and emphasizes the rapid changes that occur in weather. The sight is magnificent.

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