Chased a storm down to Greene County, Virginia where I've spent a little bit of time. I caught the double rainbow moments before the sun disappeared over the Blue Ridge. Loved how the low cloud base reflected the colors on the right and fence reinforced the lower-third.
Captured from a Chester, MD private residence across Chesapeake Bay north to Baltimore. Massive night supercell passing over Baltimore, MD with multiple tornado warnings. Unreal lightning and cloud tops over 50K. August 14, 2012.
Tornado-warned supercell near Paducah, TX on June 7, 2014. I couldn't get over how strong the mid-level rotation was: How the last rays of light and lightning illuminated the structure was something to see.
The most frequent storm structure in Virginia: a cumulus tower with a decent updraft but little/no shear. Most collapse back onto themselves due to lack of warm air in the updraft. They're often called "pulse" storms or as a friend of mine says "popcorn" storms.