Structure of the Supercell North of Washington, before the Southern storms tornado

More From the storms on Wednesday

These are my best Structure shots i was able to get, surprisingly this storm didnt produce anything, it was the southern cell that did.

The first and second pictures were taken from Dee-mack road and 24, looking from the Southeast to North west.

The last picture was taken from Washington Black top just south of Washington, looking west.

There was also a group of 6-8 people riding bikes(Pedal) south out of Washington, I was very worried for their safety, and would like to know they made it to a safe place. Lightning was their real threat.

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BenSparks says ... on Friday, Jun 6 at 7:32 PM

If it would have it would have chose the right spot (In the open field), You or your husband, May have seen me out there trying to find somewhere to pull over and take a picture in my Dark Blue Taurus.

Mary Jo says ... on Friday, Jun 6 at 12:55 PM

I live 3 houses down from DeeMack & 24. My husband saw this cell from the kitchen window. Glad it didn't turn into anything.

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