You Won't Believe the Stunning Blue-Green Sky Over This Supercell in Texas!

If you're a fan of really cool natural phenomena, you won't want to miss this!

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Recently, near Brownwood, Texas, a supercell storm put on a wild display, turning the sky into a surreal canvas of blue and green hues. This rare meteorological event has captivated weather enthusiasts and casual observers alike. You can check it out for yourself in the video at the bottom of this article.

Blue Green Supercell

Light Scatter

Supercells are already a marvel on their own, known for their severe weather, rotating updrafts, and potential to spawn tornadoes. But what makes this particular supercell so special is the vivid blue-green coloring that illuminated the sky. The unusual tint is a result of light scattering through large hail within the storm, creating a mesmerizing visual effect that seems almost otherworldly.    

Quite the Spectacle

As the storm approached Brownwood, residents and storm chasers alike were treated to a spectacle that they had never witnessed before. The swirling clouds, tinged with vibrant colors, provided a stark contrast to the typically clear Texas skies. Many who witnessed the event described it as both beautiful and ominous.


Check out the video below:


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