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UFO-Like Clouds Hanging Above Hawaii

clouds in the sky above Grytviken, South Georgia island, at the cold edge of Southern Atlantic Ocean (off the eastern tip of South America, in the Sandwich Islands)

Spectacular lightning storm at Lewis Smith Lake near Jasper, Alabama

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An awesome cloud formation. ~ Spectacular lightning storm & purple cloud formation at Lewis Smith Lake near Jasper, Alabama

Lenticular Clouds Wow I had no idea about spectacular cloud formations. Seriously, how do you explain them all without acknowledging God. How do you explain why this doesn't happen more often or repetitively if you're just explaining it by forces of nature. The same forces consistently exist, yet the same result (cloud formation) doesn't consistently appear. (Added comment by EggloEggs)

Funny pictures about The amazing Mt. Fuji in Japan. Oh, and cool pics about The amazing Mt. Fuji in Japan. Also, The amazing Mt. Fuji in Japan.

1. Supercells: Supercells are gigantic, spinning storms that have the tendency to be extremely destructive and create tornadoes. Supercells are the most dangerous of the four major storm types. They’re the most rare, but they are also insanely scary to look at… so if you see one coming, drive the other way.

Supercells: Supercells are gigantic, spinning storms that have the tendency to be extremely destructive and create tornadoes. Supercells are the most dangerous of the four major storm types.

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

My dad taught me about these when I was a child. From previous pinner: Not every cloud has a silver lining; this multi-coloured cloud looks as if a rainbow has formed high in the heavens. The phenomenom - called a sundog - happens when ice crystals appear in clouds and refract the sun's rays. Photographer Robert Arn captured the cloud in Heyworth, Illinois, America.  Picture: Robert Arn/solent

Weather pictures of the year 2011: lightning, auroras, snow and ice

Cloud Art or Nature's Cloud Symphonies: this multi-coloured cloud phenomenon is called Sundog: rainbow cloud when ice crystals appear in clouds & refract sun's rays. Photographer Robert Arn, here in Heyworth, Illinois, US

Cirrus Kelvin-Helmholtz clouds occur on the rarest of occasions and as a result they have yet to be widely photographed. They’re caused by shearing winds up at cloud level which move at varying speeds. When higher winds howl faster than the lower winds this causes the trough of the clouds to bend, pushing them over into a distance wave-like formations. These distinctive clouds only stick around for a few short minutes before vanishing.

Kelvin Helmholtz clouds It looks like someone painted the sky with breaking ocean waves. They are called Kelvin Helmholzt clouds, aka as billow clouds or shear-gravity clouds.

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