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Insane Photographs of Yesterday's Wack-a-Dilly Storm

Yesterday's storm passed through the area like the Tasmanian Devil, wreaking all sorts of havoc in and around Philadelphia. From H.G. Wells-ian pre-storm cloud formations (via Philly artist and Grand Maester of Kitch Adam Wallacavage) to the bizarre-o hues that stuck to the sky through sunset, here are some of the most bananas shots of the storm we've seen. Got any more you'd like to share? Get at us @curbedphilly.

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· Adam Wallacavage, Grand Maester of Kitch, Brings the Sea to South Broad [Curbed Philly]