Today was the third day in a row that the Colorado Front Range had a tornado watch issued. I left a little late due to a work meeting (who schedules meetings in the afternoons during storm season, how rude! 🙂 ) and headed up to follow the second cell that was tornado warned near Parker. Caught some great storm structure and had a fun time with this storm as it went in and out of tornado warned status. Once again, more Palmer Divide magic!
On the way home I caught the cells that were forming off of the Rampart Range west of Castle Rock to get some lightning shots. Unfortunately it was raining anywhere near the storm, so I shot some distant photos near Castlewood Canyon, still caught some great lightning. It produces much better photos closer to the strikes, however; but there are still months of storms to catch great lightning shots.
Been a fun June chasing so far! Look forward to more days this spring!