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Today, we had some inclement weather in the tri-state Ohio Valley area. Tornado warnings were being given for nearly every county. We had wind gusts of up to 70 mph. What better time, I thought, than to go out and take some snapshots. Who knows? Maybe I'll see a tornado or perhaps a tree breaking in half and landing on the hood of my truck or a house, I thought, to my morbid delight. What fun!
The photos show a gradual progression of the severity of today's storm. In this one, you can see the clouds gathering, quite nicely.
I like this pic because the rain drops hitting the parking lot really show the intensity of their impact when you zoom in on them.
This is pretty cool, too. If you have a decent imagination, you can see patterns, shapes and forms on the front windshield. This is also one you would definitely want to zoom in on.
The visibility became progressively worse, as you can see. And it's because of the rain... Not clouds, fog or steam.
Notice how it became so dark, even though it was just 1:00 in the afternoon, that the parking lot lights came on.
Unfortunately, I wasn't able to capture any tornado shots but I still liked what I was able to get. When you look at the details of a photograph, you will surprise yourself, at times, by the scope of what you are able to perceive and observe.