Chase the Blue Dot

The remnants of Pacific Tropical Storm Raymond are hitting the state of Arizona pretty hard, but all we got in the Lake Havasu City / Bullhead City area was lot of clouds until about 9 p.m.

Around 9 a.m. on Tuesday, looking towards the northwest.
A few more clouds, but looking to the southwest, at 9 a.m. on Tuesday morning.
A few more clouds, but looking to the southwest, at 9 a.m. on Tuesday morning.
Obligatory photo of the Jeep with morning clouds. :)
Obligatory photo of the Jeep with morning clouds. 🙂

After packing up the Jeep, we headed to check out some dry camping spots, then headed to Bullhead City. We saw some pretty awesome cloud formations, but didn’t capture any more photos until we were on our way home.

This photo, showing the clouds in the distance towards Lake Havasu City, was taken on US 95 South just after I-40.

This photo was also featured on the 5 p.m. weather forecast for Fox 12 News.

Once we got back to the campsite, we headed down to the day use beach to capture some sunset photos. Sunset colors were a dud, but we did capture some cool cloud formations.

Black and white version to capture the drama.

The rain started around 9 p.m., stopped after a couple of hours, then started up again around 3 a.m. More rain is expected today, so yesterday we extended our stay at the state park until Friday morning.

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