Another day, another wave of low pressure moves through the Central region. Upon maturation and subsequent collapse of the first cell for our county, the outflow spread to the north and west in such a way as to catch the available city light. Other development from over by Springfield would later approach in a traditional western fashion.
I was between Maroa and Forsyth with the energy moving as indicated by the marker. The cell behaved in more of a left split manner vs. north side outflow ejecting from the back.
Later to the west and facing east, a large base could be seen looming over Decatur. Surface winds at this time were slightly backed out of the ENE. Note the filtered moon light.
On passage through the overnight.