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Mammatus Clouds over Saskatchewan by Craig Lindsay

Mammatus Clouds Over Saskatchewan October 2015 via NASA Why is this cloud so bubbly? Normally, cloud bottoms are flat. The flatness is caused by moist warm air that rises and cools and so.

Mammatus clouds develop on the edge of a severe thunderstorm in northern Oklahoma on June 16, 2005.    Jim Reed has been photographing and reporting on extreme weather for 21 years, and has been reconized as one of the world's most accomplished extreme-weather photographers,

Professional storm chaser

Photo by professional storm chaser, Jim Reed-Mammatus clouds develop on the edge of a severe thunderstorm in northern Oklahoma on June

Mammatus Clouds Over Olympic Valley  http://www.flickr.com/photos/53845452@N05/13167799503/lightbox/

Mammatus, also known as mammatocumulus (meaning “mammary cloud” or “breast cloud”), is a meteorological term applied to a cellular pattern of pouches hanging underneath the base of a cloud. Photograph by Matt Saal.

"Mushroom" clouds. This somewhat fanciful term refers to the general form taken by some convective clouds with strong vertical elevation, especially at the top of cumulonimbus clouds, sometimes shaped like an anvil. The largest ones can reach the stratosphere.

looks like a nuclear blast- wonder what weather phenomenon caused this

Who do you think this is: T-Rex or Godzilla?

The End Time: Crazy weather and fearful events

Altocumulus Castelanus, a rare cloud formation also known as jellyfish clouds.

Jellyfish clouds or Altocumulus Castelanus, rare cloud formation.

Right Rainbows Lehigh, PA phenomenon

Multiple rainbows in LeHigh, PA.

Image result for Rare Wave Cloud

Image result for Rare Wave Cloud

starry night

an ordinary photo made magical by the magic of Photoshop (I think) . or maybe painted photo. I got it, color photo of space layered with trees!

Supercell

Check out this INCREDIBLE capture of a mothership supercell near Severy, KS yesterday evening!

Supercell

This is an amazing pic. I love looking and watching storms brew.

Mammatus cloud formation appeared after a tornado hit near Lake Ontario, Canada.

Mammatus cloud formation appeared after a tornado hit near Lake Ontario, Canada. (Looks like bubbles to me)

A rare cloud formation called a mammatus in Regina, Saskatchewan.

A rare cloud formation called a mammatus, where clouds take on a bubble-like shape, appeared in the skies above Regina, Saskatchewan in Canada.

97 #Spine Tingling Cloud Formations You Will Need to Look Twice at ...

97 Spine Tingling Cloud Formations You Will Need to Look Twice at .

Cannon Beach, OR by melisa

Cannon Beach by melisa

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Storm in the making. On the final landing approach to the Kiev airport, a strange effect of different pressures creating a giant snow wave Photo by Pedro Moura Pinheiro

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