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Incredible Cloud Formations in Wyoming

March 29th, 2010 by Matthew Leach

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 Responses to “Incredible Cloud Formations in Wyoming”

  1. Matt C. Says:

    no t-storms matt…you are still in luck

  2. Shawn Says:

    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!!

  3. Shawn Says:

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

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