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A rare event; huge thunderheads over Lake Tahoe at sunset. Summer thunderstorms are not uncommon but usually by sunset, when the suns's heat has gone, the thermals that drive the formation of the clouds, have collapsed and the clouds fade away. This had been a very hot day and thermals were still active when the light became good.
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A rare event; huge thunderheads over Lake Tahoe at sunset. Summer thunderstorms are not uncommon but usually by sunset, when the suns's heat has gone, the thermals that drive the formation of the clouds, have collapsed and the clouds fade away. This had been a very hot day and thermals were still active when the light became good.