Incredible Video of North Dakota Storm Goes Viral
Saturday’s weather brought plenty of storms through North Dakota and an incredible video was taken catching a supercell in motion.
Massive supercell caught on camera in North Dakota pic.twitter.com/KSuZO80lZF
— The Human Experience (@thehumanxp) August 6, 2017
The Human Experience shared the four-second clip and it’s been quickly making the rounds online since being tweeted out at noon on Sunday. The video was from Saturday evening, taken along I-94, which is also evident from the construction signs along the highway.
Meanwhile, storms swept across many other parts of the state. Up in Minot, a time-lapse video was taken by Dakota Storm Stalkers and posted to their Facebook showing cumulus clouds moving to the west instead of an easterly flow.
The storms helped bring in cooler temperatures throughout the weekend with highs in the 70s. According to The Weather Channel, aside from a chance of scattered thunderstorms Sunday afternoon, more rain will show up in this week’s forecast for Wednesday and Friday with high temperature in the 70s again for those days.