With a stationary boundary in place and winds drawing from the SE, it was believed that last Thursday would have landspout potential similar to the day before. Such did not occur and instead, storms of the pulse variety with heavy rain dotted the region. A few from north of Decatur were mildly photogenic and had some slight rotation although any significant structural development was short lived. Storms were moving a non-typical SE to NW making the event somewhat interesting though I would have been fine with sitting this one out.
Near DeLand looking NE, I would circumnavigate the area of heaviest precipitation to get a better look at the updraft region.
Now along the northern edge and looking SE, a flash flood warning would soon be issued for this area.