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Some of these storm fronts will be classified as shelf clouds, but they still look like weird upside-down ocean waves. Here is the incredible supercell, which occurred in eastern Colorado on June 10th, 2006 (top image):

I once drove into a storm like this, the tempreture dropped 30 degrees in a matter of minutes and the wind changed directions! Not something I want to do again!

See an impressive mountain scenery with hunging clouds in the Rocky Mountains.

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Our experts tell us there's some weather on the way. I'm not so sure.

I love this picture so much.. it shows the amazing structure of a supercell. This must have been an incredible moment for those storm chasers!

Some of these #supercell monsters have tentacles (or arms, called "inflow clouds") that reach out for you... This is #Nebraska Sand Hills storm south of Valentine, July 13, 2009:

untitled by Bob Walker Pictorial on Flickr. A glimpse of hope in the rainbow. Observation of colours.

Boundless Vicente Concha. The awesome sky next to the calm waters!