Monday, June 06, 2011

the Arch of the hailstorm

the Arch of the hailstorm by freestone
the Arch of the hailstorm, a photo by freestone on Flickr.

the Arch of the hailstorm
A small thunderstorm to the immediate west of Tallahassee. That "Arch" is where, in a few minutes, hail began to fall, to the west, hail stopped a baseball game at the University. If the clouds have a "bluegreen" tint to them, watch out, hail is in these clouds along with heavy rain.

In this city there hardly is NO light rain, during the summer rain season, one can get drenched to the skin within seconds just running to your car! Then three blocks away there might be only a few drops fall.

In a normal year, here in Tallahassee, each of the four summer months might see from 4 to 15 inches of rain, over 85 thunderstom days here!

Been dry of late, no cloud pictures from me, no clouds!
Maybe this will change now.

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