He tried to film a monsoon, but his camera caught something more impressive

While traveling through Tucson, Arizona, Bryan Sinder managed to catch a fascinating natural phenomenon on film. The 29-year-old storm chaser was ready and waiting to capture a sudden rainstorm on camera. He managed to capture a ‘rain bomb’ or ‘wet microburst,’ which has rarely ever been seen on film. A ‘rain bomb’ can be as wide as 2 miles and occurs when a cold jet of air drops through a storm and pulls a tremendous amount of rain with it. Watch the center of the rain column in the video below, you don’t want to miss this!

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