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                   Friday, June 26, 2009 - 10:39PM

Sunset storms over Charleston

By DAN ROBINSON
Storm Chaser/Photographer
25 Years of Storm Chasing
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Three isolated storms on the cold front approached Charleston from the north this evening, slowly dissipating in the process thanks to limited instability from all-day cloud cover. Twilight storms are some of my favorites - lots of deep, saturated colors to work with. It's times like these where it's better to be far away from a storm than right beneath it.


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