A cold front blasted through this morning and clouds billowed downstream from where I was.
I was fortunate to see the rising sun briefly appear above the horizon before disappearing behind a deck of clouds.
A ribbed sky presages late afternoon showers.
First light brushes the bottom of a cloud layer.
Yesterday was a good day to cloud-watch. It was hot, humid, and the atmosphere was a little unstable. Cumulus began towering which created some fascinating formations.
Scud, the lowest level of clouds, are roiled in advance of an impending rain shower.
I very much appreciate your patience! Computer issues are resolved so I expect to resume my mostly-every-day posts.
July’s first half was hot, humid, and frequently cloudless so we endured what we had to. The last ten days or so were like this – a few degrees cooler, often filled with billowing cumulus, and frequent light to moderate rainfall. What a relief!
We will see what August sees fit to bring our way.
Large as they are, Turkey Vultures become insignificant motes when set against the background of All Things.