Mountain Storm

Mountain Storms

I climbed to the top of Kane Mountain and watched a storm skirt by. When it got close, the clouds really began to open up. A whitish curtain of precipitation descended on the hills east of Kane. I suspected it might have been hail. It was hard to tell. Later the storm produced some lighting. I love listening to thunder in the mountains. In the second photo, a new storm cell was approaching from the south. Storms were moving over the same areas, particulary in the Adirondacks

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T Burch says ... on Sunday, May 29 at 9:26 AM

Awesome! I submit that the Adirondacks are the perfect setting to observe the wonders of nature, including the passing of storms. Although weather patterns can be either violent or beautiful, we are blessed to interact with these storms.

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