Weak towering cumulus clouds congealed to form a weak rain shower.
This "storm" never amounted to anything.
New storms formed as a wave of activity pushed into the Windsor area. Storms formed near Oil Springs and expanded northward.
This one cell formed ahead of the mess over London and had some brief interesting characteristics.
This was taken near Arva looking south.
After the London storm was eaten by the more dominant storms to the west I headed north and watched as a meso-triple point (storm scale feature) came together just west of Ilderton.
An isolated cell formed north of the main body of the storm system just north of Ilderton and popped out a lowering
There was some major convergence & forcing between the two storms, cloud motions intesified and stuff was happening at 10's of meters per second.
This was a huge outflow scud bomb shelf thingy facing towards the inflow from the south
This was all inflow and there was violent mixing above my head with a sharp temperature increase outside of the car as inflow winds overcome any outflow.
What may have been a brief wall cloud or inflow/shelf feature formed and I shot video since photos would not do it justice. After the main action started to press east of my location I snapped this photo of a tail cloud. There was some major inflow action along it.
After the storm(s) lost their structure I punched back through what was a rainy core and emerged on the east side of the complex near St.Mary's
This was a crappy ragged shelf cloud, it looked cool (I guess all clouds look cool to me) but it posed zero threat,