Have you ever wondered what it looks like inside the eye of a hurricane? Well, today is your lucky day.
The Atlantic Oceanographic & Meteorological Laboratory shared video taken from the eye of Hurricane Matthew as it approached the Bahamas on Wednesday morning.
The Category 3 hurricane is expected to make landfall in Florida on Thursday.
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The video was taken from the Hurricane Hunters plane, a division of the Air Force Reserve the specializes in flying into tropical storms and hurricanes.
View the breathtaking video in the player below.
Video from ~ 28 mi wide eye of #Matthew as it gradually recovers from passage over Cuba, approaches Bahamas: visit https://t.co/VK4VxMsCP5 pic.twitter.com/KyMvIbfcUv
— NOAA AOML (@NOAA_AOML) October 5, 2016
Alex Hider is a writer for the E.W. Scripps National Desk. Follow him on Twitter @alexhider.