Angry Skies

Nothing like this past week’s torrential flooding in Texas, for which my heart goes out to friends and colleagues, but looks like the angry skies have made their way East for the next few days.  A few shots of the ominous Nimbus variety this afternoon on the drive back up from the Shore …

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About Leonard J. Press, O.D., FAAO, FCOVD

Developmental Optometry is my passion as well as occupation. Blogging allows me to share thoughts in a unique visual style.
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6 Responses to Angry Skies

  1. Robert Nurisio COVT says:

    Stay safe!

  2. Thanks — planning only conservative and essential travel this week. From this evening’s NWS forecast: “Heavy rain with rainfall rates as high as 2 to 3 inches per hour could cause flash flooding, especially in urban and poor drainage areas, and in locations that received heavy rain from thunderstorms earlier this week. Repeated training of cells over the same areas could lead to localized rainfall amounts over 4 inches.”

    • Robert Nurisio COVT says:

      Add in frequent lightning strikes and the occasional tornado warning, and you’ll have my entire last week. Hope it passes quickly!

  3. doctuhdon says:

    magnificently terrifying photos, Len ! BTW, Eileen and I were in Dallas, Texas last week (where both of our daughters live) and had the dubious pleasure of experiencing the Torrential Texas TwoStep firsthand !

  4. I thought one daughter living in Dallas would be enough for you!

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