After a hot day, numerous thunderstorms formed between the Alps and Munich.
After moving towards Eastern Bavaria, the lightning activity quickly increased and beautiful laminar structures formed on this shelf cloud near Dorfen.
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.
High-based thunderstorm with branching impacts, approaching the city of Narbonne.
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.
A great ending of an intense chasing day in Romagna.
A beautiful wall cloud came over the mountains of the Bavarian Alps with frequent lightning all around it.
An intense hail core rushed to my position near Rosenheim together with some close-up lightning strikes.
During the heavy storms in the Adriatic Sea, a massive lightning strike falls near the marine platforms, while a shelf cloud advances on the opposite side.
In the afternoon a very dynamic cell formed near Pforzheim and passed just north of our location near Großbottwar in the area of Stuttgart.