Glenties, co. Donegal
Looks very cold out there.God bless.
Yes the same here, every day another season.....:)
That sky looks very threatening.
Hello,The sky looks very dramatic. I like when the storms move way quickly. Take care, have a great day and week ahead!
Winter is just hanging on. Hope all is well there. Chance of tornados here today. Thanks for this great weather shot!
...spring equals crazy weather!
Quite the threatening sky!
Quite a dramatic sky.
I think it's going to rain.
Very crazy, Bill! Today we have at most the 18º and forecast of 24º for Sunday and some newspapers talk about the 28º!Health and good mood, it doesn't seem like it, but spring has arrived...~~~
Those small fronts can go through and make thinks very uncomfortable for a short time.
A typical April weather!
we have rain now and then...
That looks like it could have been a bad storm.
Yupp, same here!!!
The skies in your photo look very dark! My husband's family lives in Italy and they told him it has been unusually cold there. Where we live in Colorado, our high elevation makes spring weather very changeable. We often get snow until late May.
Sounds like Florida :)Beautiful blue sky!
That sky looks evil, Bill. Crazy weather everywhere it seems.
Wow, that is a dark sky. When our sky looks like that we should run for cover as the weather can get wild.
Obrigado pela foto Bill. Uma excelente terça-feira.
It's the same here with us tooTypical April weather
We arrived in the middle of April and we are freezing in Turkey..
The kind of sky that gives you pause.
Uy el cambio climático. Buena fotografía. Te mando un beso.
What a friend calls a "run-for-cover sky"!
In for a heavy shower.
I wouldn't mind our rain if it was over in a half hour!
What a very threatening looking sky that is.All the best Jan
Lucky it was quick cos that sky is just about black.
Mas esse céu carregado, resultou muito bem em termos de fotografia!Aqui também estamos com o mau tempo de volta! Muita chuva já a partir de amanhã... e o vento por estes dias tem sido fortíssimo!Um grande abraço!Ana