Incredible Supercell time lapse and storms from Imperial, NE – 5/28/2019




ANOTHER major severe weather event strikes the Central USA.
Footage of 2 powerful supercell thunderstorms along Colorado and Nebraska borders: INCREDIBLE TIMELAPSE of monstrous supercell thunderstorm near Imperial, NE, and large dramatic wall cloud and gustnadoes from Sedgwick, CO

All footage shot during evening daylight on May 27, 2019 in/near Imperial, NE and Sedgwick, CO by meteorologists Juston Drake and Simon Brewer
Shot Description

1. INCREDIBLE timelapse footage of a powerful striated supercell thunderstorm near Imperial, NE

2-11. Various shots of wall clouds and striated supercell thunderstorm near Imperial, NE

12-14. various shots of gustnadoes and wall cloud near Sedgwick, CO

15-18. various shots of large rotating wall cloud near Sedgwick, CO

19 & 20. pushed-in shots of small hail beginning to fall in Sedgwick CO as dangerous supercell approaches town.

SID: Simon Brewer Juston Drake

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21 Replies to “Incredible Supercell time lapse and storms from Imperial, NE – 5/28/2019”

  1. Hey guys what does the letters SID stand for before your names I see in the description of the videos? I'm a studying meteorologist and never came across that abbreviation. Just curious! Thanks =}

  2. Other than the regular lighting, it looks like the cell has a blue light inside. Is the changing energy on our planet changing the colors of lighting or is that plasma like the northern lights?

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