...then something doesn't "feel right" and you stop to check the AO.
That's what happened the other day. I checked for Oswald first, then realized it was my meteorological sensors going off. Before I knew it, the sky looked like this:
Then like this:
Here's another view from our deck; it's the best place to keep an eye to the sky!
Yeah, that's when the wall cloud moved in, then we started getting that whole "rotation" thing; that isn't good news.
This is really when you should take cover. It's really powerful-looking, isn't it?
Here's the rain and hail coming in!
OK, maybe it really is time to go in the house.
Or perhaps to shoot a video. Be careful with your speakers; as Mom says, it was a little "breezy". I think we were experiencing 60 mile an hour winds.
We all did well during the storms, except for a few sleepless nights for Stormy (and Mom). We hope our friends who have also been in the path of this severe weather are all safe and sound!