Supercell – The Poetics of a Storm Cloud oscillates between the science of weather, the banal interstate and the sublime spectre of a massive thunderstorm rolling across the Great Plains. Based on field research gathered while traveling with world renowned severe weather expert, Roger Hill, we covered close to 2000 miles in search of supercells, rotating storm clouds that are best known for producing meteorological anomalies such as baseball-sized hail, wedge-shaped tornadoes and flash flood

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