Did you see the big shelf cloud that moved through the area this morning? A shelf cloud, or arcus cloud, forms when the cold air of the outflow of a storm undercuts the warm air rising into it. Makes for quite a sight!
Many folks sent in their photos via social media and email... we got a ton of them! 4 of our SkyTrack Cameras captured the action today and we're able to present you with time lapse clips from each. Check them out in the video below! (Image from Lauren A in Jeffersontown)
This evening, after 5pm or so, we do have a risk of severe storms to contend with. Clusters of storms firing up along and south of a front could have gusty winds and hail at times. We'll be on the lookout for any severe storms and keep you updated on their progress on-air, on Facebook, and on Twitter!