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Supercells, sometimes called rotating thunderstorms, are formed by a deep, constantly rotating updraft of wind. In the United States, the devastating storms are most common in the famed "Tornado Alley." #WowScience Credit: Colt Forney

Wild Wyoming Cloud Wows Weatherwatchers May 20 2014 Storm chasers catches this incredible cloud on film! This was a supercell updraft thunder storm. Time-lapse video shows supercell thunderstorm take shape Extreme.