Canyon Crawlers

Naturally, the title doesn’t describe bugs in a gorge, or lizards in a chasm, but instead, “anvil crawler” lightning over fairly level lands south of the Palo Duro Canyon.  Evolving from a marvelous daytime supercell and its fine blowout of a sunset presentation, this complex of thunderstorms churned off into the night and across the Caprock and rolling plains between Lubbock and southwestern Oklahoma.  Along the way, it spit a good deal of this beautiful and intricate electrical lacework into the night sky.

9 ESE Canyon TX (8 Jun 17) Looking SSE
34.9723, -101.7716

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