Day Four at CVNP

This morning saw a squall line ahead of a cold front pass through around _p3a15496 AM. Rain came down “horizontally” at speeds up to 60 MPH. I looked at my phone and saw an extreme weather alert–tornadoes possible until 6:30. Whew! No tornados, so I slept in until 7:30. I’m now waiting it out as the rain falls. Clearing is _p3a1576expected around noon so I’m going to try for some weather shots; I have to check with the Visitors’ Center to learn where the best views might be. Winds will be high so I might be able to get some long exposures to blur the clouds.

After that, I’ll be going to the Kendall Lake area.

-From the river of fire

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