It has always been important to me to pass on my love of weather to my family, so we decided to chase storms together on the last day of my project. We drove 8 hours from Dallas, TX to Guymon, Oklahoma and caught this amazing supercell at sunset. To me, this was the perfect ending I always wanted to my project. I wanted to honor and thank them with this last image. The storm is not as close as it appears, but close enough 🙂
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