Woman captures amazing footage of rolling cloud formation

Johanna Hood filmed the rolling clouds outside her home

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A mum feared the apocalypse had arrived after she spotted this incredible cloud formation outside her house.

Johanna Hood and her children were left gobsmacked by the scenes in Hinesville, Georgia.

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The sky became filled with rolling clouds more reminiscent of a disaster film than a normal thunderstorm.

Sharing the astonishing images and video on Facebook, photographer Johanna said: "Welp...it's the end of the world guys sooo k bye."

Johanna told MirrorOnline the formation lasted only a "few minutes" before a small thunderstorm rolled in.

Johanna Hood captured these incredible images in Hinesville, Georgia

The rolling cloud formation looked straight out of a disaster film

"My children and I had just walked outside to walk our dog and that's what we saw," she said.

"I immediately began recording and taking pictures.

"It happened so fast and was over in just a few minutes there was a thunderstorm afterwards but it was very mild.

"Just a little rain, lightning and thunder. Nothing crazy like you'd think."

Johanna said it lasted only a few minutes before giving way to a thunderstorm

A local weather channel said the formation was a 'ragged, shelf cloud'

Johanna insisted the pictures and video are "100% real"

Johanna said a local weather channel told her the phenomena was "a large, ragged shelf cloud" while the 'fingers' hanging down are called "fractious clouds".

She insisted the images are genuine.

"I can't believe so many people think it's fake!" Johanna added.

"I guess there's truly no way of proving it's really but 100% it's real."

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