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Tuesday's Storm Pictures

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

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The second wave of thunderstorms that hit Greene County early Tuesday evening rolled in with a threatening sky. Linton City Hall, pictured above, was just minutes away from a drenching downpour coupled with stiff winds that brought a few tree limbs down near the building. Photo by Anna Rochelle

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Several pictures taken in the Goose Pond area south of Linton were sent in by Anthony DiLorenzo.
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Several pictures taken in the Goose Pond area south of Linton were sent in by Anthony DiLorenzo.
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Several pictures taken in the Goose Pond area south of Linton were sent in by Anthony DiLorenzo.
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Several pictures taken in the Goose Pond area south of Linton were sent in by Anthony DiLorenzo.
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Several pictures taken in the Goose Pond area south of Linton were sent in by Anthony DiLorenzo.
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Several pictures taken in the Goose Pond area south of Linton were sent in by Anthony DiLorenzo.
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Several pictures taken in the Goose Pond area south of Linton were sent in by Anthony DiLorenzo.
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Photo of storm approaching downtown Linton sent in by Melinda House.
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Photo of storm approaching downtown Linton sent in by Melinda House.
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This picture taken by Rod Wilson of Jasonville shows the wind blowing and heavy rain.
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Rod Wilson captured this photo as Tuesday's storm passed through Jasonville.
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This photo was taken by Linda Long about 1.5 miles north of Bloomfield at 5:35 p.m.
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This photo of the storm heading into Bloomfield was taken by Zach.
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This shot of the storm's aftermath was taken on South Seminary Street in Bloomfield and sent in by Debbie Norris.
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This photo sent in by Janna Wagner was taken about two miles north of Bloomfield.
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This photo sent in by Janna Wagner was taken about two miles north of Bloomfield.
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Several photos taken in the Jasonville area were sent in by Amanda Robinson. All were from Jasonville, State Road 48 and/or the Lonetree Road area.
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Several photos taken in the Jasonville area were sent in by Amanda Robinson. All were from Jasonville, State Road 48 and/or the Lonetree Road area.
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Several photos taken in the Jasonville area were sent in by Amanda Robinson. All were from Jasonville, State Road 48 and/or the Lonetree Road area.
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Several photos taken in the Jasonville area were sent in by Amanda Robinson. All were from Jasonville, State Road 48 and/or the Lonetree Road area.
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Several photos taken in the Jasonville area were sent in by Amanda Robinson. All were from Jasonville, State Road 48 and/or the Lonetree Road area.
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Several photos taken in the Jasonville area were sent in by Amanda Robinson. All were from Jasonville, State Road 48 and/or the Lonetree Road area.
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Several photos taken in the Jasonville area were sent in by Amanda Robinson. All were from Jasonville, State Road 48 and/or the Lonetree Road area.
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This was taken just south of Linton and sent in by Dennis Turner who said this is the cell that prompted the tornado warning in eastern Greene county.
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Clouds were clearly spinning overhead as the evening storms rolled through Bloomfield. Photo taken on Mill Street in Bloomfield by Danielle Richardson.
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The front moving through about six miles north of Worthington. Photo by Lisa Marie Stantz
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Lisa Marie Stantz took this picture of the storm front moving into the countryside about six miles north of Worthington.
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A view of the storm rolling into the K Street NW neighborhood in Linton. Photo by Jennifer Wilkinson
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Jennifer Wilkinson shared this photo of the storm rolling into the K Street NW neighborhood in Linton.


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Incredible pictures.... I am no meterorologist, could someone explain the vertical seperations in those clouds. It is particularly visible in the first and third photos. It looks like a train of marshmallows, never seen that before.

-- Posted by midnightrambler on Wed, Jun 16, 2010, at 1:37 AM

Yes sir, those are cumulostratamarshmallow clouds, known to produce miniature size marshmallows.

-- Posted by simmons on Wed, Jun 16, 2010, at 5:25 AM

That is some very good photography. In the town of Princeton, they had a funnel cloud that almost touched down near the city park, I could see a lot of damage as I drove through the town, trees down on every street. It was like driving through a maze.

-- Posted by andyandbarneyatmayberry on Wed, Jun 16, 2010, at 4:48 PM

Very Beautiful Pictures! Im impressed!

-- Posted by polkadot on Wed, Jun 16, 2010, at 6:14 PM

midnight rambler - It looks like a shelf cloud associated with the strong gust front. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arcus_cloud

-- Posted by CitizenToxie on Thu, Jun 17, 2010, at 12:27 AM

Can anyone see the cross in the clouds right above the "S" on the JS Myer"s" building in downtown Linton?!?!?! Pretty cool!!!

-- Posted by Lekkie on Thu, Jun 17, 2010, at 7:31 PM

Lekkie, great observation! That is awesome!

-- Posted by justme83 on Mon, Jul 5, 2010, at 11:08 AM


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