Where and when exactly was this taken @Joe? Wondering if it was at all related to this: http://www.reddit.com/r/aviation/comments/2v2gqb/crazy_square_cloud_i_saw_today/
Vero Beach . Northeast of the Lake Okeechobee (The Big Lake )
Not sure around the 21st of Jan ? afternoon , pretty sure we had a cold front come in on that day .http://lance-modis.eosdis.nasa.gov/imagery/subsets/?subset=USA8.2015021.aqua.1kmWhat date/time?
Which was located in a satellite image here: https://www.metabunk.org/data/MetaMirrorCache/6e3cdb3985f85d0de1587fb8720017d8.jpg
Are any of these claims true?
"Mark steer data: "In elementary school once they showed us a movie (a cause for excitement in the 1960s) about weather and storms. One brief section made an impression which stuck vividly in my memory. (Admittedly, a vivid memory is not necessarily an accurate memory! Meteorologists out there can tell me if I'm off my rocker here. Maybe even somebody knows this exact film.) The narrator mentioned that hail storms often come from oddly shaped clouds. Then the film showed a stormy-looking sky and the narrator said, "This square-shaped cloud brought a very destructive hail storm to (such-and-such mid-western state)." A square cloud, eh? How weird. http://www.donaldsauter.com/the-most.htm
I'd try to focus on evidence, rather than claims. Claims without evidence can generally be ignored.Are any of these claims true?
The photos you posted are mind blowing!
I was sent this photo + exif data by a friend of mine who was driving towards Davenport, Fl: