Top 10 Weather Photographs: 5/14/2018

THE TOP 10 WEATHER PHOTOGRAPHS SHARED IN THE MR TWISTER

WEATHER SNAPSHOT GROUP ON May 12th, 2018

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 #1 Dusty Defjam‎‎‎‎‎‎‎ (890 Likes)

 

9th May 2016 we were chasing the Stillwater Supercell which produced a wedge, then a white stovepipe, we headed out of there then we saw this strange cloud formation near Pawnee OK which was dropping a ton of hail.

#2 Gregory Käser‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎ (268 Likes)

 

3 years ago... our 4th chase day. Cisco (TX) 9 May 2015.

#3 Jim Mullholand‎‎ (189 Likes)

Last Saturday night at the Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm near Woodburn Oregon. We don't get much lightning here in NW Oregon and when we do its usually during the day. This one was awesome since I just happened to be at the Tulip Farm getting ready to do some light painting. Some storms popped up unexpectedly. In the middle of a test shot this bolt of lightning struck and I was lucky enough to capture it. Feel free to share this.

#4 Peter Schidru‎‎‎‎‎‎ (185 Likes)

3 years ago..  20/05/2015 Hungary, Lake Balaton.



#5 David Skliarevsky‎‎‎ (169 Likes)

 

Not storm,but a nice sunset over the creek..!! La Caleta,Mar Chiquita,Argentina

#6 Josiah Maas‎‎‎‎‎‎‎ (140 Likes)

Storm and farm at sunset in northwest IN last Wednesday.

 

#7 Scott Mcdonald‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎ (139 Likes)

 

front row seats to an amazing lightning show

#8 Ryan Crouse‎‎ (132 Likes)

May 26, 2014 Monster Shelf Cloud somewhere around Big Spring, Texas!

#9 Saija Lehtonen‎‎‎‎‎ (108 Likes)

 

Two rain shafts, lots of wind and lots of lightning in Southern Arizona during the monsoon season.

#10 Andy Holz‎‎‎ (82 Likes)

 

About three years ago,  tornadowarned HP-supercell near Throckmorton/Texas. May 8th 2015

Rising Stars


16th July 2017 in Eastern Colorado. Happened upon some really awesome cells all afternoon long and into the night. This was a pretty cool storm with a rain shaft that grew character and looked right down on this old yardsite menacingly as it swept over.

 

Pyro cumulous supercell, formed from a forest fire near Shamrock, Tx. Incredible sight! The fire itself lasted for hours.

 

Marek Zięba‎‎

Two Cumulonimbus clouds producing lightning captured in SW Poland on Thursday evening. It was truly amazing watching them grow and become more and more active.

 

Downburst, Hungary, 2018.05.08.

Dust Storm, Málaga (Spain) on 23 April 2018