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Driving along Gap Road one evening, between the West and Centre blocks of Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park, we crested a hill and saw a wall of cloud from a storm super cell dead ahead. Naturally we hit the brakes, got out, and looked. Realizing the storm front was incredibly massive and coming at us with the speed of a freight train, we quickly made a few photos and then bugged out of there, back the way we came. We didn’t want to get steamrolled by whatever was hiding within those clouds. In the end it was a lot of rain and some snow, rather than the violent system we had feared. But it remains one of the most impressive storm cloud formations I’ve ever seen.
Steamrolling the Hills, Cypress Hills
Saskatchewan Canada


Driving along Gap Road one evening, between the West and Centre blocks of Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park, we crested a hill and saw a wall of cloud from a storm super cell dead ahead. Naturally we hit the brakes, got out, and looked. Realizing the storm front was incredibly massive and coming at us with the speed of a freight train, we quickly made a few photos and then bugged out of there, back the way we came. We didn’t want to get steamrolled by whatever was hiding within those...
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