May 23
Central Minnesota
A passing cold from set off  a linear cell which was severe warned for a bit.  It produced
hail up to 1" and some wind gusts which took down a few trees in Buffalo, MN along with
a lot of small hail.
North of Cokato, MN looking southwest.  Its interesting to watch cells go outflow dominant as the shelf cloud forms from
which what appears to be a tail cloud.  The difference being the "tail cloud" isn't feeding up and into the base.  It almost rolls
forward as it condenses and attaches to the  forward flank updraft base.
More scary looking clouds behind the shelf.  Taken near Howard Lake, MN
180° pano.  We set up on top of a ridge to see what the wind would do but it only gusted to about 40 mph at our location about 3 miles southwest
of Howard Lake MN in Wright county.
North end of the cell heading over Buffalo, MN in Wright county.
Handful of pea sized hail picked up from a drift along MN25 on the south side of Buffalo, MN
A little hail fog as we let the cell go off to the east toward the hilly wooded terrain towards the Minneapolis metro area.