Busts, that is.  Today’s was a bit surprising given that there was a significant amount of wind shear available, plus an SPC Slight Risk and Severe Thunderstorm watches covering most of Virginia.  I watched not one but TWO lines of storms weaken as they crossed the Blue Ridge mountains without restrengthening in the seemingly juicy air that overspread the Piedmont.  Wandering around Pittsylvania, Campbell, and Bedford counties the only photos I bothered to snap were these two after I’d decided to bag it and head home.

Those are the Peaks of Otter in the background, the most notable thing in these pictures…certainly there were no storms worth photographing today.