With winds over 175 mph, some might wonder what it would be like to fly a plane through the storm? Well, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has been flying its planes right through the storm and has provided us with a first-hand account that will surely make your heart stop.
You thought your last trip’s in-flight turbulence was bad? Ha!
— NOAAHurricaneHunters (@NOAA_HurrHunter) September 5, 2017
Hurricane Irma comes shortly after the devastating Hurricane Harvey that left thousands in Texas without shelter, food, or water.