Saturday 29th June 2019 – Colorado (Gen T-Storm Risk)

Today was the final day of the Tornado Season for us and it was a travel / chase day back towards Colorado from Montana. The bigger risk area was over in Eastern North Dakota so we would be reliant on storms forming off the Rockies in the General Thunderstorm Risk area and we were not dissapointed picking up some nice storms around the Cheyenne area and Northern Colorado before sunset. We headed south through 2 storms and sat just south of there watching quite prolific Cg Lightning and the Gust Front of the back storm sat in front of the Rockies north of Greeley.

Re-Positioning further south I took a Pano of sweeping rain which came out really nice

And as the sun was setting through the storm the colours got even more intense

And finally everything went into a blaze of oranges and reds just before we finally called it a day on this last storm of the Season. A fitting end to a really active season

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