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storm gallery: November 1999

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A beautiful rainbow formed as a storm moved west off the ocean at sunset on Nov. 20, 1999, south of Melbourne Beach, Florida. Here's another view of the Nov. 20 rainbow.

A storm on Nov. 21? Yep. That's Florida for you. Here it forms a shelf cloud over the Indian River. Same short-lived shelf cloud, other half. Cool, huh?

A beautiful little cumulonimbus forms on Nov. 21 west of the beach in Cape Canaveral, Florida. The gulls take flight at sunset while another storm blossoms out to sea.

The cruise ships were leaving Port Canaveral on Nov. 21 as the sun set and lightning played within a storm cell over the ocean.

The morning of Nov. 22, pretty clouds build off Satellite Beach, Florida. Rain pours from one of the clouds over the ocean.

Could it be the beginning of a waterspout? Nah. But these cloud tendrils on the morning of Nov. 22 were intriguing. The night of Nov. 22, an Atlas rocket was launched from Cape Canaveral. Here's the view from the beach to the south.

Nov. 28 brought another fabulously delicate sunset to the beach at Cape Canaveral. A Disney cruise ship heads out at sunset on Nov. 28 as fellow chaser Cheryl Chang runs along the beach.

Go to more chase accounts and photos:

May 9-16: Picturesque storms and three tornadoes in one day in Kansas

May 20-24: A tornado in Texas, funnels, a gorgeous gust front, and blistering lightning

May 25-31: Supercells, a tornado (or was it a tricky lowering?), a spectacular twilight, and some beautiful cells in Kansas

June 1-5: A double rainbow in Oklahoma, a funnel, a bust, and two wild Nebraska tornadoes

July 22-August 14: A few lightning storms in the middle of a drought in Maryland

August 21-25: Dust devils and daytime convection during the Arizona monsoon

November: Storms, a rainbow and fabulous sunsets on Florida's Space Coast

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