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                   Wednesday, June 11, 2008 - 8:30PM

Storms 100 miles away!

By DAN ROBINSON
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Just walked up on the hill and shot these images of storms firing on an outflow boundary more than 100 miles away in southwestern Virginia. Skies are crystal-clear here - so if these cells can maintain themselves after dark, I may get some lightning shots out of them - from right here, outside of the SPC general thunderstorm risk area!


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Here is the radar at the time of these images:

While up on the ridge, also caught this C-130 flying in front of the sunset to the west:


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