The Sept. 7 lightning storm created an impressive spectacle in the skies over the Shuswap. (Braedon Price Photo)

Video: Shuswap lightning storm puts on a show

flashes of lightning turned evening into day as the storm rolled over the region.

The lightning storm which rolled over the Shuswap on Saturday, Sept. 7 created a memorable show for those who braved the rain and high winds to watch it.

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