Guy films the ocean during storm. What he captures will make you jump.

The footage below was captured by Clint Blevins on Florida’s Daytona Beach of a lightning strikes. The best part its in slow motion, and you can see the strikes in the distance rapidly followed by a much closer strike that flares several times before fading, leaving a vertical streak of burning air.

This footage is stunning but lighting is very dangerous with up to one billion volts of electricity and temperatures about five times hotter than the surface of the sun. According to the National Severe Storms Laboratory, the odds of being struck by lightning in the United States are about 1 in 3,000.