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  1. I took this picture of a low-hanging cloud on August 27th, 2016 in Taylor, Michigan around 3-4 p.m. EDT. It's not a good picture that will give me a definitive answer, but you can see a low-hanging cloud across the horizon. It doesn't appear to be detached from the storm base. I didn't have a good view or advantage point to begin with, so I didn't notice any spinning or rotation in it, but it did move across the horizon relatively quick. The SPC only had us in a Marginal risk for severe weather that day. I took this picture of the thunderstorm itself in Lincoln Park, Michigan around 1-2 p.m. EDT.
  2. Quincy

    Dropping Down

    From the album: Spring/Summer 2015

    A short-lived wall cloud drops down close to ground level with a thunderstorm near Grover Hill, OH. August 23rd, 2015.
  3. Quincy

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    From the album: Spring/Summer 2015

    A small, rotating, quasi-wall cloud looms in the distance within this scene from an abandoned road near Grover Hill, OH. August 23rd, 2015.
  4. From the album: Spring/Summer 2015

    This tornado-warned supercell just west of Storla, SD featured a ground scraping wall cloud. Although the storm was rotating, neither a tornado nor a funnel cloud was observed. August 9th, 2015.