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Undulatus asperatus , These choppy clouds could be the first new type of cloud accepted since 1951 in the International Cloud Atlas of the World Meteorological Organization.

Will this be the first new cloud type to recognised for 60 years? The Cloud Appreciation Society is lobbying for the undulatus asperatus or agitated wave, seen just above the horizon in this picture, to be added to the International Cloud Atlas

asperatus a possible new variety of cloud via the cloud appreciation society.

asperatus a possible new variety of cloud via the cloud appreciation society.

Awesome morning glory cloud.  Gulf of Carpentaria, Australia

Awesome morning glory clouds

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An Introspective World: Asperatus Clouds

"undulatus asperatus" cloud formation over Schiehallion, Perthshire, Scotland. By Ken Prior.

15 Incredible Cloud Formations

Wave cloud These clouds are usually formed by waves of air that flow over a raised land feature such as a mountain range.

The fire rainbow is the rarest of all naturally occurring phenomena. The clouds must be cirrus and at an altitude of 20,000 feet at least. There must be just the right amount of ice crystals present, as well.

IT'S A SONIC RAIN BOOM! Circumhorizon Arc (aka Fire Rainbow) - an ice halo formed by ice crystals located in cirrus clouds. Light passes through the hexagonal crystals and if seen at the right angle forms a rainbow cloud.

sixpenceee:Asperatus Clouds are so rare that they were only classified as of We know little about them other than the fact that they look mesmerizing.

Cascada en un mar de nubes sobre Ginebra.

Finding shapes in clouds

Cloud waterfall, spotted by Captain Gianni Cerutti on final approach to runway 23 in Geneva, Switzerland Picture: Gianni Cerutti / BNPS

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Image detail for -Morning Glory Clouds -- Northern Australia

Beautiful wall cloud formation over the Stone Arch Bridge in Minneapolis, MN (taken 4.15.12)

Spring storm clouds over the Stone Arch Bridge in Minneapolis, courtesy of Scott Lemon.

A flock of clouds over Gent, Belgium.  © Tony Van Galen

Sometimes when I'm bored I waste time on the Cloud Appreciation Society website. Those motherfuckers are hardXcore.

A spotting of the Katabatic Drift and cloud tumbling over the Col de Rates, Alicante, Spain.

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The Cloud Appreciating Society/ Lenticularis at sunset; Repinned by sailorstales.wordpress.com

The Cloud Appreciating Society/ Lenticularis at sunset;

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