I would have been freaking out!

Seriously, I would have pulled over the moment I saw this if I had seen it while driving.

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But lucky for us, the person who captured the video at the bottom of this article is a lot more brave than myself.

The Perfect Storm

While most of us dread the thought of encountering a tornado, one brave soul happened to be in the right place at the right time, capturing the moment a tornado formed right before their eyes. It's like something straight out of a Hollywood disaster movie!


When Nature Unleashes Its Fury

Mother Nature is a force to be reckoned with, and this video serves as a reminder of her power. The driver's footage reveals the chaotic beauty of a tornado formation.


Poof, It's Gone. 

And then just like that, just as quickly as it formed, it loses its steam and turns back into a rain cloud. Imagine the relief all those drivers felt! One second, you think you're heading right into a tornado, probably saying a few prayers and gripping that steering wheel as tight as you can, and then poof, it goes away.

Check out the video below:


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