04/14/2015 04:13 EDT | Updated 04/14/2015 09:59 EDT

This Super Cell Storm Looks Like A Nuclear Bomb (VIDEO)

Things really are bigger in Texas.

Take this recent storm that blew through Lubbock, Texas. It was one of the rarest of thunderstorms called a supercell. These storms can lead to tornadoes. They are pretty rare in Canada, primarily seen in Southwestern Ontario and the Prairies. According to Environment Canada, a much smaller version of this behemoth formed last summer and struck Angus, Ont., cutting a swath of destruction through the town.

Let's hope we don't see any more this summer. It's our One Thing You Should Know Today.