Weather is WILD
Weather could be intriguing and fascinating at the same time. Weather anomalies and irregularities are a constant source of human enthrallment. What kinds of crazy weather have you experienced?
Mammatus Clouds or Tubular Clouds
Mammatus are pouch-like cloud structures and a rare example of clouds in sinking air. It is striking and fascinating insight into the unusual world of clouds. These mammatus clouds typically form in areas surrounding turbulent weather, including severe thunderstorms. they can only be seen when they are low in the sky and lit up by sunlight.
These are tornadoes form over water. Usually appearing as a funnel-shaped cloud. When waterspouts form from storm clouds the thunderstorms can carry them onshore. They usually dissipate when they near land.
If a solid surface is chilled below the dew point of the surrounding air and the surface itself is colder than freezing, frost will form on the surface. a deposit of soft white ice crystals or frozen dew drops on objects near the ground. It is a deposit of soft white ice crystals or frozen dew drops on objects near the ground.
Aurora Borealis-Northern Lights
The stunning and entrancing dancing lights is a result collisions between electrically charged particles from the sun that enter the earth's atmosphere. These are ethereal display of colored lights shimmering across the night sky.
Yes! Volcanoes can produce lightning. One of the most typical causes is that during an eruption, ash picks up so much friction that the build-up of static electricity causes lightning.
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