Visibility V / V
I started to watch the clouds rising in the sky sometime after five, when a "cauliflower" was rolling in the direction of Jurva for the first time, which, however, quickly moved to bad observation stations. Fortunately, however, an impressive-looking anvil was approaching from the direction of Kauhajoki, which I took as my shooting target.
Picture series 1-4 are about the approach of a thundercloud, which were taken with the phone's own camera program, either with a normal or wide-angle camera.
Photos 5-6 of the lightning produced by the thundercloud were taken with the Lightning Camera application installed on a mobile phone at 18:09 and 18:11. A couple of really spectacular flashes unfortunately missed the phone while I was otherwise fumbling, but luckily these remained on the cell.
Finally, before the filming ends (an important TV program from the History Channel), a couple of pictures of the wall of rain produced by the thundercloud.
After filming ended, the thunder rolled over with two separate areas of heavy rain, from which it rained a total of 30mm of water in less than a couple of hours.