You may have heard of a weather phenomena called micro-bursts, but have you ever seen a wet micro-burst? This video comes from a timelapse photographer in the Tucson area who was lapsing an incoming storm when he caught this incredible sight on camera.  It’s easy to understand why they are known as “Rain Bombs.” The video below explains how they occur and shows what its like to be on the ground for a wet micro-burst. Incredible:

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