Incredible Cloud Formations in Wyoming

I always love the semi-annual trip to Lovell, WY where my grandparents have lived for over 50 years. In fact, they currently live in a house right next door to the one my mom grew up in! And add the fact that I have lived in Silverdale my whole life, and you can safely assume our family finds a good place to live and stays put.

That will be a good and bad thing in the years to come for me—good because I have grown to love the Northwest in such a unique way as well as build relationships few people growing up get to have the opportunity to do, but when I head off to Cape Town, South Africa next month I will be in for a real shocker. Talk about taking a huge leap out of my comfort zone!

Anyway, while on this trip I have been able to take a couple cool cloud photos that I find are unique to the wide open West. Take a look:


Have fun in the thunderstorms tomorrow! Watch out for the pea-sized hail, gusty winds and downpours you lucky sons of guns. I’m going out four-wheelin’ tomorrow with grandpa and the fam, so I’ll be sure to catch some more cool pictures!

Stay classy, Kitsap,

Matthew Leach

Forecasting Kitsap

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238 thoughts on “Incredible Cloud Formations in Wyoming

  1. Hiya Matt,there were some amazing thunderheads in our area yesterday afternoon,and you missed an amazing sunset.(I hope that one of the fellow readers got a pic of it)There was a huge thunderhead over Mt.Rainer,and it was lit up red and purple from when the sun was setting!!

  2. More thunderheads in the area,got some small hail earlier this afternoon,but no thunder/lightning

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