On a February Saturday which holds the promise of more wintry mix today’s inoculation against Supercell Deprivation Syndrome is from June 19th 2017. An upper level trough plus a cold front helped fire a number of line segments which themselves produced a plethora of impressive shelf clouds. (I’m reasonably certain I observed one short-lived wall cloud as well but it wasn’t notable.)
On the way home after calling it a chase I witnessed this small example of Kelvin-Helmholtz clouds in western Pittsylvania county. (They are the “breaking waves” horizontally across the lower third of this photo.)
These were fading by the time I pulled off the road to snap this photo but it was a nice bookend to a busy chase day.