As I sit and write, I hear the unmistakable patter of the rain as it pelts the southwest side of our house. Weather wise, yesterday was a much more interesting day because one minute the wind was howling and pelting rain. Then twenty minutes later, it would clear for as long as thirty minutes and it would be just beautiful. During one of the short lived periods, I made a fast run to the beach and returned with a couple of images that depict a bit of the storm’s intensity.
The waves from the Pacific ocean that pummeled the South Jetty could best be described as agitated and angry!
The dunes were hammered by near constant winds which were clocked at 30 miles per hour when the image was made. Notice the bend in the antenna on the left side of the photo.
As always, the storm light was brief and the rain and hail soon returned. I can’t wait until June!