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Natural July 6 Fireworks: Charleston, West Virginia - July 6, 2003 - 9:30PM

By DAN ROBINSON
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NEWS VIDEO: RV, 1.9MB - Lightning over the Clay Center in downtown Charleston

CHARLESTON, WV - The first week of July brought an active weather pattern from most of the Midwest to parts of the central and northern Appalachians. On Sunday evening, July 6, a dying cluster of thunderstorms moved into West Virginia and through the Charleston-Huntington area. Several counties saw storms approaching severe limits, and most of the Kanawha Valley received a nice post-July 4th natural fireworks display. Storm chances in the Charleston metro area were expected to continue for the rest of the week.

Frames from Video: Lightning fills the sky over the brand-new Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences in downtown Charleston:

Digital Video: Sony DCR-TRV900 3CCD MiniDV, 720x480 NTSC

35mm Camera/Lens/Film: Pentax K1000 SLR, 28mm lens, Fuji Sensia 100 slides.
35mm Exposure: 12 seconds @ F8

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