Storm's Edge: Cloud surfing into an active thunderstorm

Storm's Edge: Cloud surfing into an active thunderstorm

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Storm's Edge: Cloud surfing into an active thunderstorm

Jump zones shut down during a thunderstorm because it would be insane for people to jump out of an airplane into one…yet Sean MacCormac is poised to leap from 2 miles above Southwest Florida with laser beams of lightning randomly igniting the sky and no way to tell which direction is safe. He charges out, feet strapped to his board to surf into a hostile thundercloud at speeds up to 130 mph.

Click play and witness Sean MacCormac and the Red Bull Air Force cloud surf an active thunderstorm!

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