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                   Wednesday, June 18, 2008 - 9:38PM

June 18 storms, round 2

By DAN ROBINSON
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A second round of storms moving just south of the metro area before sunset was enough to get back out and chase. Despite their meager radar presentation, these cells were impressive lightning producers. The fog forming on the mountain ridges as the outflow arrived was pretty cool to watch.

HD EXPEDITION VIDEO: Lightning and mountain fog near Belle, WV

This first image here is the only digital still I could manage. The scene was too bright for long exposures, and the lightning was too quick for effective 'reaction' shutter triggering. The last four images are video captures.


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