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October Sky

By DAN ROBINSON
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Storms are not the norm here in October, but occasionally a rare cold front will bring some lightning to the mountains in the fall- as happened in October 1999. Here, anvil crawlers herald the approach of a strong storm with heavy rains that would ransack Charleston a half an hour later. The view is looking northwest from the parking lot next to Kanawha City Baptist church. The building on the right is Lippert Terrace on MacCorkle Avenue.

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