Dying Storms Bring The Best Sunsets
A dying storm on April 27th, 2017 provided one of the most vivid sunsets I've ever seen; especially for Canada.
Mammatus Clouds. Burlington, Colorado.
A prominent display of mammatus clouds on May 27th, 2018
July 11th Sunset
Don And The Mammatus
A storm in western Oklahoma put on a mammatus show on May 26th, 2018.
An unbelievable display of clouds at sunset on May 26th, 2018 outside Elk City, Oklahoma.
Fire and Mammatus
A dying supercell being illuminated by the sunset. May 31st, 2017, near Ottawa, Kansas.
New Mexico Mammatus
Near Burlington, Colorado. May 27th, 2018. A great show.
Undulatus Asperatus Near Binbrook, Ontario
A nice way to end an afternoon of viewing storms.
Hail Does Not Make For A Good Car Wash
Hail, up to the size of golf balls, pelted my car as I drove through a night time supercell. You can see it taking bits of dirt off the car, but doesn't wash it well.
Terrible Car Wash
Mammatus Sunset. June 24th, 2017
A cell phone picture of a supercell dying and being illuminated by the sunset.
Rainbow Over Stoney Creek Airport
I see quite a few of these low level rainbows per year. Right as the rain passes over you, and the west sky is clear. This one happened to be over the airport. Summer, 2017.
Pink Top Illuminated Storm
Annie's Diner Is In For A Rough Day
Inside The Whale's Mouth II
The Angry Sky
Inside the whale's mouth of a dying storm. May 30th, 2017.
The Whale's Mouth
A storm on Saturday, June 17th 2017 by Grand Bend, Ontario.
The Whale's Mouth. Near Kitchener, Ontario. August 11th.
I was in Amish country at the time this tornado warrned supercell finally decided to gust out.
New Mexico Flash Flood
Sunset In Nebraska