Top 10 Weather Photographs: 3/4/2017 “Extreme Convection”

The top 10 weather photographs shared in the Mr Twister
Weather Snapshot group on  March 2nd 2017

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#1 Kym Ireland‎ (374 Likes)

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Stormsplosion!! Convection Perth, Western Australia.

#2 Blake Knapp‎ (264 Likes)

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Get you some of this! Wray, from the bear’s cage. This was the first of 3 straight days of EF2’s for our tours. #DialedIn

#3 Brandon Hammons‎ (229 Likes)

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*Sandhills Magic* Beautifully structured, tornado warned storm approaching North Platte, NE last summer (July 6, 2016)

#4 Marcus Hustedde‎‎ (169 Likes)

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An approaching storm over a South Dakota wind farm last June

#5 Ronald Kotinsky‎ (151 Likes)

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Curtain of Light – Foggy February 2017 – Florida — at Tampa Bay.

#6 Daniel Parker‎ (119 Likes)

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This was one of the many cycles after the Washburn tornado had lifted. This supercell just kept producing. This is probably the most photogenic tornado I have ever witnessed.


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#7 Susan Coppock‎‎ (112 Likes)

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Taken last summer during the monsoon season in Arizona. One 30 second exposure.

#8 Tina Ecker‎ (89 Likes)

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Rod and Gun Park in Eau Claire,Wi last week

#9 Debby Tarran Lesko‎ (87 Likes)

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These are ice circles. They are rare to see. Mostly in rivers when the movement of the water freezes very fast. I caught this in a small pond by my house. The temperature was 4 degrees below zero that day. I was blessed to get these pictures.

#10 Isaac Polanski‎ (86 Likes)

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Large EF3 tornado that went through Washburn, IL. Also saw the Long Point EF2, from a distance. The structure on the supercell was something you’d see in Kansas in May.


 Rising Stars

Matheus Dalmazzo‎

01/03 — in Itapetininga.

Alex Ganeev‎

“Sit back and watch” Finally after many dry months without the lights, lady Aurora has shown herself. It was a brief substorm, and this shot I pulled out from the timelapse I was recording at the moment. Not the greatest show, but certainly better than nothing! Duluth, Minnesota

Angie Schafer‎

Laronge Saskatchewan

Brett McLean‎

July 22, 2016 – Shot of the Year:  A supercell, producing nickel size hail in our area releases a rare superbolt of electric charge. I caught it in the photo here, which it is arching down from the barely visible anvil, later looping back up into the anvil, then all the way down to strike the earth with the full fury of nature’s electric charge buildup. Location: South-central Saskatchewan

Jeremy McNaughton‎

A look back of last year this supercell went right over us and the rotation went right behind our house.
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Zach Roberts

Zach Roberts

Owner/Storm Chaser/Photographer at Mr Twister
Hello and welcome my fellow photography and weather enthusiasts! I hope you enjoy my website and my photography. Nothing else in the world compares to seeing the beauty of mother nature in person, and I truly enjoying sharing my passion with you.
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