Rain-Wrapped CG

A young supercell, freshly cast off the formative southern end of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, made its way southeastward across the scrublands of eastern New Mexico, with nearly continual rumbles of thunder aloft and an occasional distant boom from cloud-to-ground strokes.  As with this one, most of the CGs were buried in the main core adjacent to the updraft, though we certainly were vigilant for signs of lightning flung farther afield.

4 NNE Anton Chico NM (7 Jun 17) Looking NW
35.2602, -105.1205

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