Storm chasers in eastern Wyoming, with cameras attached to their vehicles, captured this amazing footage of a supercell moving across the sky.
LP supercells, or low-precipitation supercells, produce little rainfall and generally have weak tornadoes. They’re known for their outstanding structure as more of the storm becomes visible without all of the rain.
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