By Stephen Barabas on June 25, 2012, 9:14pm
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Though the more intense storms occurred around 7:30AM this morning in my neck of the woods, associated with some pretty intense lightning, heavy rain and even some hail . . . I did make one desperate attempt at some photos and video this afternoon around 3:30PM with the passage of a dying squall line of storms. This convective band was associated with the cold front itself. The storms from this morning were associated with a weak trough/disturbance ahead of the front.
Nothing spectacular, but at least it's something.
P.S Last Friday's storm intercept in Torrington, CT was a bust due to traffic issues preventing me from getting to the location on time.
Time lapse video below.