A high-precipitation supercell churns over Chamberlain, SD as it draws in moisture from all parts of the sky. This supercell was responsible for the record-sized hail stones that fell in Vivian, SD earlier that afternoon. Wish I had more photos from this chase, but we spent most of it either running or in hail! Glad I snapped this relatively clear shot as it crossed the river. Not the best quality, but documentation is documentation
I think I'd be high-tailing it away from that storm. It looks pretty ominous. But see, isn't this a testament to your awesome photography? I immediately start talking about the storm itself because there's no fault in the photo to draw my attention. It's just an awesome photo of an awesome supercell.
Yeah, here in Colorado we rarely get jack for real storms unless you're far out in the western end of the state, but then you might as well just be in Kansas. But sometimes we do get some surprises...like a tornado near the top of Mount Evans. >.>