The sky of Alabama was full of wavy undulatus asperatus clouds as a mixture of sleet, snow and rain moved into the region on March 3 2016.

The sky of Alabama was full of wavy undulatus asperatus clouds as a mixture of sleet, snow and rain moved into the region on March 3 2016.

Asperatus Clouds Over New Zealand by apod.nasa.gov.  Image Credit & Copyright: Witta Priester: Stunning, unusual and relatively unstudied, these do not appear to presage meteorological doom and may be related to lenticular clouds that form near mountains from a downward win. Thanks to Witta Priester for permission to share this amazing image!   http://www.flickr.com/photos/wittap/4406137868/  #Photograph #Clouds #Asperatus_Clouds #Witta_Priester

Asperatus Clouds Over New Zealand by apod.nasa.gov. Image Credit & Copyright: Witta Priester: Stunning, unusual and relatively unstudied, these do not appear to presage meteorological doom and may be related to lenticular clouds that form near mountains from a downward win. Thanks to Witta Priester for permission to share this amazing image! http://www.flickr.com/photos/wittap/4406137868/ #Photograph #Clouds #Asperatus_Clouds #Witta_Priester

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Incredible Undulating Clouds over South Carolina (Video)

Mesmerizing Asperitas Clouds Spotted in Skies over Kentucky | The Weather Channel

Mesmerizing Asperitas Clouds Spotted in Skies over Kentucky

Mesmerizing Asperitas Clouds Spotted in Skies over Kentucky | The Weather Channel

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新種 アスペラトゥス波状雲(Undulatus asperatus) の荘厳で異常な世界 15選

Mesmerizing Asperitas Clouds Spotted in Skies over Kentucky | The Weather Channel

Mesmerizing Asperitas Clouds Spotted in Skies over Kentucky

Mesmerizing Asperitas Clouds Spotted in Skies over Kentucky | The Weather Channel

Photo : De menaçants nuages appelés undulatus asperatus

De menaçants nuages appelés undulatus asperatus

Another example of Undulatus Asperatus (with a "fallstreak hole"). Looks like it was Photoshopped but the site seems to validate it's real. Vewy, vewy stwange.

Another example of Undulatus Asperatus (with a "fallstreak hole"). Looks like it was Photoshopped but the site seems to validate it's real. Vewy, vewy stwange.

Pretor-Pinney came upon several instances of what he would call undulatus asperatus ("turbulent undulation"): a menacing, roiling cloud that he believed was unlike any known variety.

Chasing Clouds: How an Enthusiast Discovered the First New Cloud in 60 Years

Pretor-Pinney came upon several instances of what he would call undulatus asperatus ("turbulent undulation"): a menacing, roiling cloud that he believed was unlike any known variety.

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