Roger's SkyPix

Gallery of Outflow

Serious Surge

Serious Surge

Even though this storm still was a supercell, with a well-developed and deep mesocyclone, it also heaved forth a prodigious mass of precipitation and outflow in every direction around that internal circulation. Not often does one see a heavy-precip supercell in Wyoming; but this stage certainly qualified it as such. The mesocyclone itself was hidden somewhere in the dark murk of precipitaiton behind the ragged shelf cloud seen here. I wasn't about to go in there and try to find it. Instead, the entire mass was accelerating eastward, meaning that it was time to proceed south to the next east option in case the storm had more visual and photgraphic offerings. At that east turn, it most certainly did!

5 SSE Albin WY (21 Jun 10) Looking N