Sunday, August 07, 2005

Sunset Thunderheads

I'm going to keep the blog short today. I went out tonight at sunset and got some great pictures of thunderheads in Orange County.

On the tropical front we have Tropical Storm Irene named today, our 9th storm of the season. The average number of storms at this point in the year is normally 2, so we're on an amazing pace. Irene is a pretty pathetic looking storm at this point being taken apart by westerly shear and dry air. A tropical storm for Bermuda may be the only threat with Irene, as we said a few days ago.

Enjoy the pics. (Click on them to get a bigger copy)


*Note - This post is not done by a professional Meteorologist and should not be used for making decisions on safety and protection of property. Always use your local National Weather Service station or the National Hurricane Center for up to date weather information and data.*

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hey SCM....these are great.......tell me what you know about mammatus clouds...they remind me of the shore on the Outer Banks sometimes......hold fast ghee