Downburst near Wolfhagen by Aaron Sperschneider

Downbursts are strong downdrafts that are often associated with intense heavy rain and hail. As soon as the downdraft reaches the ground, it spreads sideways, and the wind can reach hurricane force.

This downburst is one of two that took place near Wolfhagen. We watched as the precipitation fell below the cloud base and a little later reached the ground, where it spread sideways kicking up dust.

Taken on August 28, 2016.

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