Supercell thunderstorms are extremely dangerous.
While it is one of the rarest of storm types and found mainly on the Great Plains, the supercell is capable of producing baseball-sized hail, heavy rains, destructive winds and violent tornadoes.
On Sunday, near Clareton, Wyoming, the Basehunters storm chasers group captured a phenomenal shot of a colossal cloud formation.
Basehunters, who, according to their Facebook page, are “committed to capturing the most unique and close-up tornado footage on the market,” risk their lives to be on the front line of some of Mother Nature’s most perilous environments.
Check out the time lapse video of a supercell forming below. It’s definitely a powerful and frightening scene to watch.