Storm Pictures and Video from 5/29/2012 Storms
By Stephen Barabas on May 30, 2012, 12:00am
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Here are a few pictures from my storm intercept up in the extreme northwestern part of the state near Salisbury. Fortunately many of the storms quickly became outflow dominant as they encountered the typical sea breeze we get during hot summer days which in turn greatly diminished our severe weather threat. Areas to the south were able to view a spectacular shelf cloud which I did not see. In turn, we were blasted with 40-50mph wind gusts as the squall moved over us, experienced frequently cloud to ground lightning, heavy rains and even some pea and dime size hail. Much of the severe weather stayed to our west and north thanks to that sea breeze boundary.