Daytime light show


A rather rough thunderstorm rolled through Gallipolis at about 3 p.m. Friday, producing dangerous lightning (as shown left of the French Settler statue on First Avenue overlooking the Public Use Area in downtown Gallipolis. The storm dropped plenty of rain and produced a daytime light show, as well as temporary flooded some downtown streets until the city’s storm drains could catch up with the sudden torrent.


A rather rough thunderstorm rolled through Gallipolis at about 3 p.m. Friday, producing dangerous lightning (as shown left of the French Settler statue on First Avenue overlooking the Public Use Area in downtown Gallipolis. The storm dropped plenty of rain and produced a daytime light show, as well as temporary flooded some downtown streets until the city’s storm drains could catch up with the sudden torrent. (Michael Johnson | Sunday Times-Sentinel)

A rather rough thunderstorm rolled through Gallipolis at about 3 p.m. Friday, producing dangerous lightning (as shown left of the French Settler statue on First Avenue overlooking the Public Use Area in downtown Gallipolis. The storm dropped plenty of rain and produced a daytime light show, as well as temporary flooded some downtown streets until the city’s storm drains could catch up with the sudden torrent.
http://mydailysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_Lightning.jpgA rather rough thunderstorm rolled through Gallipolis at about 3 p.m. Friday, producing dangerous lightning (as shown left of the French Settler statue on First Avenue overlooking the Public Use Area in downtown Gallipolis. The storm dropped plenty of rain and produced a daytime light show, as well as temporary flooded some downtown streets until the city’s storm drains could catch up with the sudden torrent.
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