June 4, 2009 - I was out and about shooting another classic Florida sea breeze lightning storm Thursday evening. This storm develop where two outflow boundaries from earlier convection collided over the Glades and Okeechobee county line in the northwestern Lake Okeechobee waters region. It had beautiful and vivid lightning, with the surrounding sounds of birds, frogs and rolling thunder. It really set the mood for a typical early summer Florida interior thunderstorm. At times, it showed some interesting structure, including some mid-level banding and a few small low-level inflow tails.

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