Osage County Conclusion

Much of the afternoon was spent waiting longer than expected for storms to erupt, and when they finally did, along a cold front merging with a dryline, they were slow to grow and acted somewhat buoyancy-starved.   With supercellular prospects dwindling as quickly as sunset approached, I effectively retreated to the rear side by letting the young, struggling storms move overhead and to the east.   So often is the case:  on an otherwise rather unfruitful storm day, a treasure of light awaits on the back side, in the sunset hour.

4 S Shidler OK (9 Oct 17) Looking E
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