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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A stunning time-lapse video captured by Alex Schueth shows an undulatus asperatus cloud formation rolling like waves over Lincoln, Nebraska. Undulatus asperatus is not yet officially recognized as ...

A stunning time-lapse video captured by Alex Schueth shows an undulatus asperatus cloud formation rolling like waves over Lincoln, Nebraska. Undulatus asperatus is not yet officially recognized as ...

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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.

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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14 Mind-Exploding Natural Illusions You'll Think Are Photoshopped 19 - https://www.facebook.com/diplyofficial

14 Mind-Exploding Natural Illusions You'll Think Are Photoshopped 19 - https://www.facebook.com/diplyofficial

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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.

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Undulatus Asperatus  These ominous clouds are a new Cloud Type (2009) since over 50 years.

Undulatus Asperatus These ominous clouds are a new Cloud Type (2009) since over 50 years.

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Earlier in July 2014, storm chaser Alex Schueth captured a mesmerizing time-lapse of undulatus asperatus clouds rolling over Lincoln, Nebraska during a storm. The rare cloud formation, whose name means "roughened or agitated waves," looks like a sea of dark and stormy waters churning ominously in the sky.

Earlier in July 2014, storm chaser Alex Schueth captured a mesmerizing time-lapse of undulatus asperatus clouds rolling over Lincoln, Nebraska during a storm. The rare cloud formation, whose name means "roughened or agitated waves," looks like a sea of dark and stormy waters churning ominously in the sky.

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