|Photo Credit: Facebook / Basehunters Chasing|
Watch how low-precipitation supercell thunderstorm formed in eastern Wyoming, near Newcastle.
The video clips was published on Sunday, May 18, 2014. It was captured by the Basehunters, a storm chasing team originally based in Norman, Oklahoma, according to their Facebook page.
Weather Channel meteorologist Jon Erdman explains through USA Today report:
It shows the rotating updraft of a supercell thunderstorm over eastern Wyoming, according to Erdman.
Supercells are the largest, strongest and longest-lasting thunderstorms. They are most common on the Great Plains.
Known as a "low-precipitation" supercell, these types of storms seldom produce heavy rain or tornadoes, though they can produce large hail, Erdman said.