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  1. I thought since I also love photography this would be a good place for my first post. This is a pelican I saw in Texas this winter. I hope you enjoy.
  2. Quincy

    Gushing Orange

    From the album: Spring/Summer 2015

    An ominous, rotating wall cloud augments the setting sun over Hedley, TX. Sept. 20th, 2015.
  3. Quincy

    Stunning Sunset

    From the album: Spring/Summer 2015

    The sun lowers in the horizon beneath a severe, hail-producing thunderstorm near Memphis, TX. Sept. 20th, 2015.
  4. Quincy

    Rotating Structure

    From the album: Spring/Summer 2015

    A prominent rotating thunderstorm spins over the Texas countryside just south of McLean, TX. Sept. 20th, 2015.
  5. Quincy

    Rural Ranch

    From the album: Spring/Summer 2015

    A broadly rotating thunderstorm competes with a nearby storm in the vicinity of McLean, TX. Sept. 20th, 2015.
  6. Quincy

    Intense Inflow

    From the album: Spring/Summer 2015

    A supercell thunderstorm near peak organization over McLean, TX displays intense inflow with blowing dust in the area. Sept. 20th, 2015.
  7. Quincy

    150920aPowerful Panhandle

    From the album: Spring/Summer 2015

    A supercell thunderstorm, the first of the afternoon, begins to organize near McLean, TX. Sept. 20th, 2015.
  8. Discrete thunderstorms developed in the eastern Texas panhandle on the afternoon of September 20th, 2015. A few storms became supercells and produced damaging winds and some hail. Although some of the storms displayed clear rotation, the low-level shear was not strong enough to produce any tornadoes. Here are the photos in chronological order, starting near McLean and ending up at Hedley.
  9. New thread as we already reached the 1000th post mark. Last chance of a winter for most of us? We'll see.