Green monster by Aaron Sperschneider

An impressive thunderstorm that we observed in the border area between Oklahoma and Texas.

It was a special day because after our chase had already taken us to two supercells, we were presented with this sight of a rapidly rotating updraft. 

The green glow produced when sunlight filters through intense precipitation gave the cell a noxious appearance that was only exacerbated by the low cloud base. The lightning, some of which struck very close in front of us, did the rest of the stormy mood. 

Taken on May 13, 2018.

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