Top 10 Weather Photographs: March 14th, 2016 "Mammatus Line the Roads of Nebraska"

The top 10 weather photographs shared in the Mr Twister
Weather Snapshot group on March 12th, 2016

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#1 Bobbi Anderson‎ (1061 Likes)

[small_button text="Follow Bobbi" title="Cool Button" url="https://www.facebook.com/dbandersonfamily?fref=photo" align="left" target="_blank"] "Mammatus Road" Shot in Eastern Nebraska last fall.

"Mammatus Road" Shot in Eastern Nebraska last fall.

#2 James Chambers‎ (543 Likes)

[small_button text="Follow James" title="Cool Button" url="https://www.facebook.com/brizwx?fref=photo" align="left" target="_blank"] This beautiful rainbow appeared on what had been a rather miserable morning at Lake Moogerah, Australia in June 2015. The reflection making it looking 'larger' than your typical rainbow.

This beautiful rainbow appeared on what had been a rather miserable morning at Lake Moogerah, Australia in June 2015. The reflection making it looking 'larger' than your typical rainbow.

#3 Jane ONeill‎ (465 Likes)

[small_button text="Follow Jane" title="Cool Button" url="https://www.facebook.com/AUSSKY?fref=photo" align="left" target="_blank"] The dying stages of the Simla/Matheson supercell with its innards laid bare....the closer updraft with the inflow tail and shrinking beaver was where the anticyclonic tornado was located....this is where the storm became complicated despite the anticyclonic tornado existing the upper parts of the updraft column were rotating cyclonically !.....the rotation actually reversed above 15/20.000 feet....the storm had topped out near 60.000 feet...how to categorise this storm?....to us it looked like a large (very large !) LP type of structure !...4th June 2015

The dying stages of the Simla/Matheson supercell with its innards laid bare....the closer updraft with the inflow tail and shrinking beaver was where the anticyclonic tornado was located....this is where the storm became complicated despite the anticyclonic tornado existing the upper parts of the updraft column were rotating cyclonically !.....the rotation actually reversed above 15/20.000 feet....the storm had topped out near 60.000 feet...how to categorise this storm?....to us it looked like a large (very large !) LP type of structure !...4th June 2015

#4 Dillon James Hardinger‎ (221 Likes)

[small_button text="Follow Dillon" title="Cool Button" url="https://www.facebook.com/dillon.hardinger?fref=photo" align="left" target="_blank"] I'm not sure if I posted this yet but here is my favorite cloud shot! I wish I did a panorama!

I'm not sure if I posted this yet but here is my favorite cloud shot! I wish I did a panorama!

#5 David Paal‎ (220 Likes)

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Taking in Minnesota lake MN

#6 Todd DeSantis‎ (202 Likes)

[small_button text="Follow Todd" title="Cool Button" url="https://www.facebook.com/ToddPDeSantis?fref=photo" align="left" target="_blank"] 85 degrees today, loved every second of it. 85 degrees today, loved every second of it.


 

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#7 Casey Mitchell‎‎ (200 Likes)

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House on the hill

#8 FaiXee Ahmed‎ (166 Likes)

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Flight to the heaven

#9 Phil Rettke‎‎ (157 Likes)

[small_button text="Follow Phil" title="Cool Button" url="https://www.facebook.com/philrettkephotography/" align="left" target="_blank"] Hi there, first time posting but I have been admiring everyone's images for ages. Thought I would share one of my favourite images. Taken on the 21st October 2008 just outside Ipswich, QLD, Australia. Still up there as one of the best storm days I have witnessed to date.

Hi there, first time posting but I have been admiring everyone's images for ages. Thought I would share one of my favourite images. Taken on the 21st October 2008 just outside Ipswich, QLD, Australia. Still up there as one of the best storm days I have witnessed to date.

#10 Lénárt Palla‎ (152 Likes)

[small_button text="Follow Lenart" title="Cool Button" url="https://www.facebook.com/lenart.palla.1?fref=photo" align="left" target="_blank"] Here is another shot from 2015 August, sonflowers and cloudy sky in Hungary, Felsődobsza Here is another shot from 2015 August, sonflowers and cloudy sky in Hungary, Felsődobsza


 

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Blacob Dobalina Godsey‎

Tonight was good and clear.
Tonight was good and clear.

Lucy Ayettey Lyons‎

Cloudy Kings Cross
Cloudy Kings Cross

Willard Sharp‎

A supercell thunderstorm near Dighton, KS taken last spring May 27, 2015. This storm at this point was near the end of its mature cycle and was slowly growing weaker but the structure and colors where amazing to see. Earlier in the afternoon this storm produced several short lived tornadoes. That was a very successful chase day.
A supercell thunderstorm near Dighton, KS taken last spring May 27, 2015. This storm at this point was near the end of its mature cycle and was slowly growing weaker but the structure and colors where amazing to see. Earlier in the afternoon this storm produced several short lived tornadoes. That was a very successful chase day.

Alessandro Monia Nicole‎

Personally I never expected to take a photograph with shelf cloud and lightning. This photo was taken on Thursday 03 March 2016 in the east areas of Roma]]>? Italy
Personally I never expected to take a photograph with shelf cloud and lightning. This photo was taken on Thursday 03 March 2016 in the east areas of Roma]]>? Italy

Tyler Davis‎

Foggy Morning in Battle Creek, MI.
Foggy Morning in Battle Creek, MI. Congrats Everyone!