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Here's a look at this evening's complex of storms from roughly 22,000 miles above the earth. This is the GOES 16 IR loop showing the cold cloud tops associated with the strong storm updrafts. pic.twitter.com/y7nnhqQLDs
— NWS Memphis (@NWSMemphis) June 29, 2018
Incredible capture of a shelf cloud that rolled through #NWFL Thursday evening. This was taken on Pensacola Beach by Sean Rogan! #flwx #alwx @StormHour pic.twitter.com/fomBpqY4nm
— Kaitlin Wright (@wxkaitlin) June 29, 2018
View from the Mobile Bayway tonight as a line of thunderstorms approaches. #ALwx @spann @NWSMobile pic.twitter.com/l0tLncN2KW
— Josh Emerson (@JoshEmersonWX) June 29, 2018
This house was destroyed as storms blew through Hickman County today- @NWSNashville is currently surveying the damage. #tnwx @nc5 pic.twitter.com/aVfDATVlbU
— Bree Smith (@NC5_BreeSmith) June 28, 2018
Sherman Co. #Kansas #wheatharvest18 happened with the hail, assessed at total loss, #corn beat up pretty good.
— Matthew Wiegand (@mjwiegand) June 29, 2018