Visibility V / V
I followed the radar rain area, which blushed at a good pace.
We decided to go with the man to see the situation from the field. A single glance assured that as soon as it rained, the foot of the rain grew in my eyes.
We drove to the cradle when the rumble started. It was a low growl, but nothing was visible from the rain. A few clouds of lightning flashed and the rainy area reached the barn.
The rain hit the tin roof with force and the bunker-like barn echoed properly as the thunder roared outside.
The rain stopped just as suddenly as it started. We watched the clouds disintegrate and then a avalanche cloud emerged that was directly above the crash site. Then to describe it, a rainbow also appeared. As the avalanche continued its journey and as the lower clouds evaporated, there was a strange, truly peculiar-looking cloud in the sky in the parks that seemed to spin.
The man took the timelapse as I was comfortable behind the camera and blinking at the cell phone announcements. It took a few minutes and the cloud began to disintegrate. The rain didn't come like a couple of drops. There was a rumble, but the direction was hard to say because it had been faintly heard in the background almost all the time.
At first I thought of the foot of the rain, but as the cloud became more visible, a variety of roundwood came to mind.