On the heels of chasing in the Midwest two days ago, I headed south into the Tennessee Valley yesterday. There was a marginal tornado threat, particularly from far southern Kentucky, down into Tennessee. The chase was quite difficult, mainly due to terrain and road networks. There were a few brief tornadoes, but the bigger story was a fairly widespread swath of damaging winds. Without much visibility, I didn’t get many clear visuals. I did notice low cloud bases and swift storm motions, but that was about it.
After calling it a night, I headed west to Arkansas, making a road-trip around the south. On the way, I was able to capture a picturesque sunset near Parkers Crossroads. I could actually tell that the sunset was going to be fantastic, but again, due to terrain in the area, it was quite a challenge to find a spot with at least somewhat of a decent view. Some of the colors are a bit overexposed, but that’s how the iPhone 6 handles bright sunsets:
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