As we move towards sunset, the MCS continues to munch across the southeast Tejas, Louisiana, and portions of Arkansas. There is alos a strong storm developing ahead of the MCS in SE Louisiana. Add in some storms across Northwest OK and there is whole spectrum of flash sizes is showing up now:
What is neat about this image is that the small flashes (purple) are concentrated near the overshooting tops of the storms. The large area flashes (red to white) are in the trailing stratiform area.
One other cool tidbit I just saw in this loop; watch the southwestern part of the line where a storm weakens and dissipates; flash area basically shows that all electrical activity ceases along with the storm. Looking closer: