See Saturday's (Nov. 30) ELB Thunderstorm Images Captured on Doppler Radar
(December 1, 2002) -- Shortly after 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 30, a thunderstorm passed over parts of ELB. LBReport.com captured the Doppler radar scans of the storm as they appeared live on our web site via our link to the National Weather Service.
Blue and green areas indicate light rain; yellow and brownish/orange areas transition to heavier rain...and red indicates a thunderstorm type downpour.
5:12 p.m., most intense part of storm is north of 405, vicinity of LB Airport.
5:19 p.m., storm lessens in intensity over the South of Conant area.
5:27 p.m., storm passes eastward out of LB.
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