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clouds_001.jpgclouds11202 viewsNot sure what these are other than strange. Edit: Brian has informed me that these are wave clouds.dcrooks
clouds_002.jpgclouds21000 viewsNot sure what these are other than strange. per Brian, this is a wave cloud.dcrooks
clouds_003.jpgCloud3997 viewsNot sure what these are other than strange. per Brian this is a wave cloud.dcrooks
Copy_of_10th_jan_2009_002.jpg10th Jan 2009 - 02652 viewsSunrise the morning of 10th jan 2009 just before being hit by bad weather later that day.tugmistress
Copy_of_10th_jan_2009_003.jpg10th Jan 2009 - 01674 viewsSunrise sky just before being hit by bad weathertugmistress
DSC02095wd.jpgStorm Cloud920 viewsNoticed this cloud formation while headed home from work. This was taken on May 25, 2006 looking NNE from Springdale, ARmiket355
image009.jpg1249 viewsSpring time in Oklahomabear-w
IMG_1693.JPGBroadstairs - rain coming 6th June 2010849 viewsJust noticed this cloud formation as rain approached, grabbed camera and took shot so not as good as it could be!broadstairs
Lenny04.jpgNoctulent Clouds918 viewsThis is mid summer twilight in July 2006, looking west over Stornoway town. There were a few showings of Noctulent clouds last year but this was one night that I had the camera with me. Budgie
Mamma01.jpgMammatus Formation898 viewsThis is viewed from my house looking East across the Minch, towards the Scottish mainland. The CB had the mammatus formation for quite a while, but by the time I got home and got the camera out then they were starting to dissipate.
An unusual sight for us up here.
mammatus.jpgMammatus949 viewsI thought these looked like mammatus clouds. They formed after some nice thunderstorms rolled through.AM1234
marinelayer.jpgNorthern California Pacific Marine Layer913 viewsThe marine layer snuck in unusually low and level around sunset this evening. The marine layer of cloud/fog forms immediately above the cold Pacific ocean water, the warmer air above that layer acts like a seal, and keeps the air below it from mixing and dispersing nikoshepherd
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