Lightning flashes in a distant storm as viewed from southern Pike County. From Wednesday, July 17th, 2013.
Several storms moved through the Wiregrass on Wednesday night, bringing with them lightning, heavy rain, and in a few cases, strong winds.
One storm, visible from a distance in Pike County, was producing nearly-constant lightning strikes.
Another storm that moved across Highway 231 between Brundidge and Ozark put out blinding rains along with extremely frequent lightning.
In addition, the Storm Prediction Center had two reports of downed trees in Henry County and an additional report from Barbour County.
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