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    Had to go to the post office to ship some plants during the whole fiasco (dedication!).. Here's a few pics I snapped along the way.








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    looks like really heavy storm weather to me---but not threatening....at least the sky isnt green, or mammatus clouds...if you somehow managed to get a shot of a friggen wall cloud, that would have been epic....or scary depending on how close it is to your place.
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    Mammatus clouds are *usually* not a bad thing, I thought?

    Ah well. You and your plants survived and that's what counts!


    Very nice storm pictures. The landscape reminds me alot of Georgia.

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    Mammatus are usually found at the backside of thunderstorms.
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    Mammatus clouds indicate there's unstable atmospheric pressure going on...
    from wiki: "In the United States, sky gazers may be most familiar with the very distinct and more common cumulonimbus mammatus. When occurring in cumulonimbus, mammatus are often indicative of a particularly strong storm or maybe even a tornadic storm. "
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    Over here when you see them, it usually means (95% of the time) that the storm has just passed.
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