We're in our typical summer pattern here in the Midwest, which means lots of instability to fire storms, but very little shear to organize anything of note. Today, a few stronger storms began collapsing to the northeast of the metro area, sending a busrt of outflow southeast across the city. The winds produced only a few instances of power outages and tree damage, but kicked up plenty of dirt and dust. The lightning quality/cooperation was so-so. Here are a few images from the day:
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