July 29th 2013, South Belfast, nothing to the S or W however once I turned to the NW I said out loud ''holy ****'' for there was a stunning line of convection behind the house, the roof was blocking it so I went out the front door onto the street and had the same problem, I could see the tops but no base at all so I ran back inside and upstairs and found a great view through a large window. As I watched, within 15min's, the convection exploded into a massive multicell thunderstorm, here's an image shot through the glass. The storm was a beauty with brilliant white sunlit anvil with new updraughts going up towards the flank and sides of the primary storm, there was no question from looking at it that this was the storm of the day and I felt helpless standing here watching so I took as many images as I could and checked the radar which confirmed everything I already knew, read the report for more information. * All images are available for sale in the form of photo prints, canvas or digital files for licensing, if you are interested in a purchase simply drop me an email.