October 30, 2011
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Photo source: extremeinstability.com
He always enjoys SLR Canon Digital Rebel. Only Takes Pictures and in RAW.
Hollingshed Mike argues That “The Love of a Thunderstorm does negate Not the Love of Other Phenomena weather. I Love Also the blizzard, Fog, Snow ….”
The storm over the Sand Hills of Nebraska. A very strong thunderstorm moving south in the direction of the Nebraska Sand Hills July 13, 2009. As presented by the authorities of the storm warning has been said that there could be tornadoes, heavy wind speeds over 60 miles per hour and hail.
The storm over Mc Cook, Nebraska June 19, 2011.
Clouds southeast Nebraska August 9, 2009.
The stars are visible through the storm clouds over Omaha, Nebraska, in the summer of 2010.
The storm over the Sand Hills of Nebraska. July 13, 2009.
Column of smoke rising over the flock of wild geese in a fire in the National Wildlife Refuge Squaw Creek in northwest Missouri.
Misty storm. South Dakota’s June 18, 2008.
Noctilucent clouds are rare in the middle latitudes of western Iowa July 14, 2009.
Lightning over the TV tower in Omaha September 29, 2008.
Tornado near Hill City, Kansas, June 9, 2005.
Rainbow over the river in eastern Nebraska, Missouri on a cold January day.
Tornado near Fort Dodge, Iowa, June 11, 2004.
Arctic air in combination with the steam from the river led to the emergence of these columns of light over Blair, Nebraska, due to small crystals of ice drift in the air. in the air from the steam source.
Lightning strikes in western Iowa, June 20, 2010.
Storm clouds in northeastern South Dakota, May 22, 2010.
The storm over Nebraska, June 17, 2009.
Fog over the hills to the west of Iowa, September 9, 2008.
Stormy sunset over Nebraska on August 17, 2005.
Altocumulus clouds over Nebraska August 21, 2007.
The storm in the north of Nebraska May 10, 2005 brought lightning and hail.
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