The month of May in Colorado can bring just about any kind of weather you can think of. Snow, rain, hail, tornadoes...you name it. On Wednesday, May 21st Mother Nature brought the fury to Denver and parts east. A supercell developed just west of the Denver metro area, moved through down dropping large hail and causing all kinds of damage, then moved east and brought reports of tornadoes near DIA. I was on the storm pretty close from the beginning, intercepting it just as it moved out of the metro area. I didn't see any tornadoes, and this year has been pretty slim for tornadoes overall, so I'm wondering if someone got a case of the "I want to see it, therefore I will see it even if it isn't there", which has seemed to plague many people this season. Anyways, I got a lot of images and it was a very picturesque storm in a beautiful part of the country. Here's what I captured:
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