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Mammatus clouds are an intriguing enigma of atmospheric fluid dynamics  cloud physics. They’re most commonly observed beneath anvil-shaped thunderclouds. They are formed when ice crystals fall from the cumulonimbus cloud’s anvil. “The ice crystals sublimate, or change from ice to water vapour as they fall, causing the surrounding air to thermodynamically cool. The cooled air becomes negatively buoyant and begins to sink, producing the punched-out look indicative of the mammatus cloud.

Mammatus clouds are an intriguing enigma of atmospheric fluid dynamics cloud physics. They’re most commonly observed beneath anvil-shaped thunderclouds. They are formed when ice crystals fall from the cumulonimbus cloud’s anvil. “The ice crystals sublimate, or change from ice to water vapour as they fall, causing the surrounding air to thermodynamically cool. The cooled air becomes negatively buoyant and begins to sink, producing the punched-out look indicative of the mammatus cloud.

Sea of clouds, Kumano Mitsukoshi pass, Tanabe, Wakayama, Japan  #Beautiful #Places #Photography

Sea of clouds, Kumano Mitsukoshi pass, Tanabe, Wakayama, Japan #Beautiful #Places #Photography

Gorgeous mammatus clouds over Weir, Texas

Gorgeous mammatus clouds over Weir, Texas

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Cloud Spiral In The Sky - An Iridescent (Rainbow) Cloud In The Himalaya

Cloud spiral in the sky. An Iridescent (Rainbow) Cloud in Himalaya. The phenomenon was observed early am October 18, 2009.

Cloud Spiral In The Sky - An Iridescent (Rainbow) Cloud In The Himalaya

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