Storms developed along a dryline and cold front the afternoon/evening of April 14, 2023. Storms that initially developed along the dryline were expected to stay fairly isolated – which deemed true.
Storms developed around 6 pm, some of which posed high winds and marginally severe hail. While the storm structure wasn’t super photogenic, some storm shots were still worthwhile.
As the sun set – storms quickly went linear and became a wall of rain and wind, with some marginally severe hail.
Beth in the hail is everything 👌🏻
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