April 20, 2016 9:55PM
So I promised this past weekend that I would have the photos from the weekend BEFORE up. That was before I ran into problems with the website and then becoming distracted by a million other things. Excuses I know.
Well here you go. They're finally up.
Sunday April 10th brought me to southwest Oklahoma where an elevated risk of severe weather was present. Storms developed in a cluster across western north Texas and made their way into southwest Oklahoma. Eventually this supercell became dominant and began to put on a show as it passed through Fredrick-Grandfield-Walters Oklahoma. This shot was taken looking west from near Walters. At this point the supercell was really getting its act together with a well developed mesocyclone and several wall clouds, none of which produced.
You can view the full gallery by clicking here. I'll add to it as I process images.