Humidity, Storms, and Lightning in Alabama are Back

Summer Lightning Storm in Alabama

We have been in a drought for about two years now. Just over the last few weeks we have finally started to get back those 90% humidity days with afternoon thunderstorms. Finally, the grass, trees, plants, and everything else that needs water is getting a small break.

Taken on Monday night as a storm blew through. It was so nice to see a few storms roll through here in the last few weeks. It has been so long since we have had rain here in the lower south, it is a very welcome sight. It also gives me a great chance to practice my lightning photography (see photographing lightning post).

Summer Lightning Storm in Alabama
Summer Lightning Storm in Alabama

2 responses to “Humidity, Storms, and Lightning in Alabama are Back”

  1. Awesome picture! I love the colour of the lightning bolt and the silouette of the trees. Great job!

    Alex Campagnas last blog post..Sea Louette

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