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May 19th, 2019
On May 19th, 2019, the SPC put out a slight risk for supercells from south-central Pennsylvania, all the way up to central New York. With only a 2% chance risk of tornadoes on this day, I thought maybe storms might go up quick, and turn into a messy squall line soon afterwards. The first cells went up just south of the Maryland state line, moving north-east into the warmer, more unstable air mass that lurked over Pennsylvania. Storms began exploding all over the place, quickly gaining strength and showing rapid signs of rotation. This monster churned like a blender as it slowly twist above the light forrested areas, a menacing wall cloud beginning to decent from the base, close to producing a tornado. Yet even with storms like this, cows always seem to remaind umphsaed by mother nature. I took this photo just south of Waynesboro, Pennsylvania near someone's farm. Tomorrow is going to be another crazy day for storms in crental Pennsylvania as the SPC put out an enahnced risk, expecting supercells, large hail, a few tornados, and damaging winds. I'm ready for round two!
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