As the supercell moved southward along the coast, multiple CGs brightened up the sky on the backside of this storm.
After a calm night storms were firing up close to the coast of Tuscany.
Shortly after a powerful supercell hit the city of Civitavecchia, an impressive lightning show began.
In the afternoon the very moist air mass at the coast of Lazio exploded and an isolated supercell formed near Orbetello.
Very low wall cloud of a supercell north of Port of Civitavecchia, also known as Port of Rome.
Massive lightning bolt in Pula.
That night was emotional to say the least…
The beautiful structure of a supercell in the haze above Konice during the core splitting phase.
B&W picture from a joint trip with Martin V. (EF5_STORM) to Moravia.
A mesocyclonic LP supercell in the last phase before disintegration over the vineyards near Hustopeče.
Mesocyclone structure on an HP supercell west of Bad Tölz, as it was moving east close to the mountains. At this point the supercell reached its peak intensity with lots of close lightning strikes
Such an amazing experience after waiting for more than two hours in the Bavarian landscape. This storm managed to form these insane structures in only 15 minutes.
After becoming outflow-dominant, the HP supercell quickly changed into a severe line of storms, giving us still some good structure.