Spotlit LP on the Great Plains

While observing a closer, more precip-dense supercell from its inflow region, another storm of low-precipitation character floated past in the opposite direction that was marvelous in its own way.  Double the fun!  This storm plied the southwesterlies just outside the shadow of its larger neighbor for about half an hour after developing, which was just enough to catch its sunlit splendor behind the silhouette of the Great Plains’ defining symbol.

7 NW Lisco NE (15 May 15) Looking SSE
41.5563, -102.7309

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