A persistent, striated updraught-tower over the Cambrian Mountains, and separate from the precipitation that is falling
upwind (to its left). The strong signs of rotation suggest that the storm could be a supercell; this storm had already
travelled from as far away as Devon (a long way by any standards), supporting the supercell theory. August 2004.
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