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Tuesday, June 18, 2013
What a Thunderstorm Looks Like From Above
From @Earth_Pics on Twitter. This is a thunderstorm from above and to the slide. The large, flat area is called the "anvil." The disturbed area in the right center of the anvil is where the updraft terminates.