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                   Wednesday, June 4, 2008 - 5:57PM

Wednesday chase

By DAN ROBINSON
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A few quick shots from this afternoon. Got a crazy shelf cloud on the crest of a bow echo near Sissonville, probably the best storm structure scene I've seen so far in West Virginia. Witnessed another 2 tower hits in St. Albans, bringing the total known strikes to the tower to 12 in the past 20 hours. The June 2008 WV 'chaseathon' continues tonight, with yet another round of storms moving in from Ohio and Kentucky!


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