A stationary surface boundary was laying in a NE/SW
orientation across Minnesota and provided the focus for a
few rounds of thunderstorms. Weak shear and no upper
support suppressed the severe weather threat but the
evening line did provide a pretty decent arcus (shelf) cloud
for a bit.
|South of US 12 on Wright county road 5 near Cokato, MN looking southwest.
|My daughter tagged along for this one.
|Arcus moving east over the top of us. Not much for wind even as impressive as it looks.
|Looking northwest over Cokato, MN.
|A little to the east just outside of Waverly, MN. As slow as it was moving getting ahead again was no problem.
|4 shot stitched pano covering about 180 degrees field of view. Same location of above.
|Scary looking clouds over US 12 outside of Waverly, MN as we make one last run to get ahead of it before calling it quits.