South of Holly by MikeOlbinski

The beauty of storm chasing is seeing structure and organization in clouds that appears unnatural. When you look up and just know…something wicked this way comes.

This was May 24th of this year south of Holly, Colorado. One heck of a day chasing…it started south of Lamar and would end up near Moscow, Kansas before the night was over.

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Run by AaronGroen

This is another shot from July 25th’s amazing shelf cloud north of Dell Rapids,SD. Taken less than a minute and a half before my ” sHELf cLoud ” post and look how far the storm moves, this storm had already produced multiple tornadoes and still had over 70mph winds and large hail when it hit my location. 7/25/2015 – 10:19:36 PM Single Exposure shot, Canon EOS 6D and EF 16-35mmf/2.8L II usm lens @ 6.0 sec; f/2.8; ISO 1000, 16mm PRINTS –

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Sunset to Storm by kuekat_Dave

Sunset to storm,as promised an earlier shot of my dedication TO Jeff which won an EC. Lets remember Jeffs cause! This was a very dramatic fast moving storm that threw lightning and hail. Quite the experience to photograph.

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Last Minute by AaronGroen

A panoramic view of the approaching Severe Thunderstorm that produced Severe Flooding in the Sioux Falls area last Thursday night. I shot many pics of this storm from right here including some great lightning shots and 2 other panorama, this shot is the last I took before having to run to the car and bail out of there. I will be posting all 3 panoramas and have already posted one lightning pic on my facebook page if you would like to check them out –

5 shots wide
taken just after sunset

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Power! by MaxConradPhotography

Today I rediscovered a photo on my PC taken back in 2009. I remember this week in May quite well as there severe thunderstorms coming by on a daily basis. I chased (or better accompanied) this storm for several hours driving in front, underneath the updraft and in the middle of the hail core and let it drift away after several hours of stormchasing.
In the low sun the storm presented a pretty double rainbow pretending not to be harmful 😉 A few minutes later the massive hail shafts were lit up by the sun and showed the truth…

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#shelfie (Sioux Falls) by AaronGroen

“#shelfie” On Sunday August 9th at 7:48PM this shelf cloud approached my position just down the gravel road south of Issac Walton, north from where Hwy 11 turns gravel. This is only a few miles from where I live so , here is proof you do not always have to go drive all day to get that amazing pic. This was also the last cruise I was ever going to take with my long time best friend and companion, my dog Gus passed away Monday and I will love and miss him forever. Thank you all for looking. video –
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8 shot pano, hand held, stitched and raw processed in PS CS6

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#shelfie by AaronGroen

3 shot panorama of the massive shelf cloud the other night in eastern South Dakota.
7/25/2015 – 10:15:52 PM north of Dell Rapids, SD
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Bolted by BradHannon

As sunset colour illuminated this tornadic supercell, lightning bolts started fires and smoke was drawn back into the storm updraft. Near Guymon, Oklahoma on May 31st 2007.

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sHELf cLoud by AaronGroen

Last night’s amazing shelf cloud in eastern South Dakota. This is one of many shots I took last night of this crazy stack of pancakes in the sky before having to run 🙂 yes I was a bit scared
Taken north of Dell Rapids, SD
July 25th 2015 10:21PM

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Ominous storm by MaxConradPhotography

On June 27th another round of clustering thunderstorms developed in southern Germany. At some point the sky was boiling in every direction and the storms popped up like mushrooms leaving a lot of rain and hail (up to 5cm).

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