Calm After the Storm

Photo © lenalee

The picture above was taken several weeks ago from our deck. It was early morning after storms had gone through with a front that was bringing cooler weather. Since moving to Maryland, the one thing I have noticed is that when a front goes through the area, either a cold front or a warm front, there is always a big difference in the clouds as it clears the area. Fronts would go through in Kansas, but never with such a separation of the clouds.

So what do you see when storms go through your area?


About lenalee91

Wife, mother, avid reader and maybe one day an author!!

Posted on July 6, 2017, in Life and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. British weather is an enigma. We’ve got a heatwave for Wimbledon at the moment but we’re expecting thunder from northern France on Saturday which will sweep in a front from the west. Like you’re are that means cooler air which in the city will be welcome. Lovely pic by the way.


    • We were lucky and had a nice spring, but now it’s hot and humid. Definitely like the air conditioning. A nice storm cools it down sometimes. Other times it heats it up even more. Those clouds were something else.


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