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The final light after a stormy day over the Trieste gulf, Italy on July 8th, 2018.
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A destructive supercell (with 10+ cm hailstones) moving towards Črnomelj, Slovenia on June 8th, 2018.
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A long period of stable weather with strong thermal inversion leads to the development of a thick, but soft rime due to freezing fog in cold winter nights. The event was recorded with a drone over the Soča river near Čezsoča, NW Slovenia in mid-January.

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Thick soft rime near Cezsoca, Slovenia on Jan 18th, 2020
A long period of stable weather with strong thermal inversion lead into development of a thick, but soft rime. Thermal inversion usually results in a cold an...
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Here is something different - a pretty bright and spectacular northern lights display over the Jökulsárlón - glacier lagoon in southeast Iceland, taken on Jan 26th, 2017.
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The true definition of epicness. Gif animatiom of a majestic spaceship supercell near Vega, Texas on May 21st, 2012. Thanks to @jaimanny for the animation! #supercell #storm #independenceday #markokorosec #usa #texas #vega #chaser #america #earth #travel
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The true definition of epicness. A majestic spaceship supercell near Vega, Texas on May 21st, 2012.

Something to remember while observing destructive storms.
"It's hard to enjoy the fascination of storm chasing when people are getting hurt" - Alan Moller

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