May 14 – The day started with sun and warm temps, but a cold front took care of that making for 17 days in a row with wet weather, if you count the fog and drizzle yesterday morning. The line of storms came on schedule but produced the biggest impact after crossing the Chesapeake Bay and reaching the beaches. The official warning for severe weather was actually for the DE Beaches, but Ocean City was impressive just the same. Below is a collection of photos and a video showing the impressive shelf cloud that that arrived. The radar image was just after the line exited to the Atlantic, but you can see how impressive that was as well.
Doppler Radar at 6:25 PM
(more photos below)