|Meteorologist Jim Woodmencey|
Monday afternoon and evening provided some great visuals in the sky, with clouds, lightning, and some cool colors around the Jackson Hole area.
Below is a selection of the great photos various weather fans sent in.
As I receive more, I will add them onto this blog post.
Thanks to all those who made a submission, and I will also try and rotate some of these onto the mountainweaher.com Homepage this next week. I was hard to pick just one favorite!
I ordered them by time of day to give you a feeling of the sequence of the day as storms rolled through in several waves between around 2:00 pm and 9:00 pm on July 14, 2014.
Other notes from Monday’s Thunderstorms:
Lots of lightning, both in-cloud & ground strikes. “Marble” or “grape” sized hail was reported on the Teton Village Road and in Rafter-J south of town.
|Lightning Strike map from Monday Evening’s T-storms|
Post by meteorologist Jim Woodmencey