Apocalypse NOW: Storm chaser footage captures MASSIVE storm cell forming in Lansford, North Dakota

Daily Mail published this video item, entitled “Apocalypse NOW: Storm chaser footage captures MASSIVE storm cell forming in Lansford, North Dakota” – below is their description.

A massive storm cell filmed over the American Midwest this weekend saw citizens bombarded with howling winds and ‘golf ball-sized’ hail – as residents prepare for more inclement weather. The footage, captured near Lansford, North Dakota, a little before 9 pm local time Friday, was recorded shortly after officials issued a severe thunderstorm alert for the area – warning of potential tornadoes and the sizable hail.

The notice sent locals into a frenzy and spurred closures across the state – but did not deter storm chaser Shelly Heinrichs, who is based in the neighboring province of Manitoba, Canada, from trying to snag a peak at the breathtaking mass.

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