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      Shelf cloud pushes over the intercoastal waters of Oak Hill, Florida - by Jason Weingart. Storms - Severe Weather - Mother Nature

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      Shelf cloud pushes over the intercoastal waters of Oak Hill, Florida. Picture: JASON WEINGART / CATERS NEWS.

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      Top 10 Weather Photographs: 6/13/2014 – The top 10 weather photographs shared in the Mr Twister Weather Snapshot group on June 11th 2014 #1 Jason Weingart (371 Likes) Follow Jason Shelf cloud over the intercoastal waters of Oak Hill, Florida – 06.12.12 #2 Eric Treece (340 Likes) Follow Eric Jason Weingart is one PHENOMENAL lightning photographer. This is my Weingart inspired shot from 1 year ago tonight. Angora, NE stacked image of I believe it was 5 images. They seemed to...

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      Shelf cloud 6/12/12 Fl photo Jason Weingar

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