<- Basically stationary Lake Breeze T-Storm at it's peak intensity. I was actually able to photograph most of this storm, and half of this storm's life while eating dinner. It was in a perfect position to watch off the back deck of my friend's house in Cedar Springs, MI. This event preceded a more powerful scenario for May 30th. This storm dumped over 4 inches of rain, and produced some small hail, not much else though. Would have been a good one for a time lapse, but I lacked equipment. So photos were all I obtained. I put them in order of storm life also, for easier understanding of how it evolved. You can see that all that was left after the storm died was a ragged top that drifted off to the northeast. Enjoy.