Rare weather phenomena - Morning glory: The Morning Glory cloud is a rare meteorological phenomenon. It has been observed around the world, but no one knows why because it’s such a rare occurence. Morning Glories are usually associated with frontal systems crossing central Australia & high pressure in northern Australia.

Rare weather phenomena - Morning glory: The Morning Glory cloud is a rare meteorological phenomenon. It has been observed around the world, but no one knows why because it’s such a rare occurence. Morning Glories are usually associated with frontal systems crossing central Australia & high pressure in northern Australia.

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Matt Molloy - Smeared Skies. Created by stacking multiple photos onto one.

Matt Molloy - Smeared Skies. Created by stacking multiple photos onto one.

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Tornado Facts & Safety Tips  Tornadoes can have devastating effects on homes, businesses, and communities as a whole. The tornado guide infographic below includes facts, safety tips and information about tornadoes such as how tornadoes form, types of tornadoes, tornado safety and the top 10 deadliest and most destructive tornadoes in history.

Tornado Facts & Safety Tips Tornadoes can have devastating effects on homes, businesses, and communities as a whole. The tornado guide infographic below includes facts, safety tips and information about tornadoes such as how tornadoes form, types of tornadoes, tornado safety and the top 10 deadliest and most destructive tornadoes in history.

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Mordor Sundays in Nebraska

Mordor Sundays in Nebraska

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Tons of inexpensive science bulletin board sets

Tons of inexpensive science bulletin board sets

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Virga clouds; they are essentially rain or snow that evaporates before reaching the ground. Image credit: Jurgen Oste.

Virga clouds; they are essentially rain or snow that evaporates before reaching the ground. Image credit: Jurgen Oste.

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On 24 December 2012, an amazing double helix cloud was spotted just outside Moscow in Russia. While it's still up for debate, a pilot's perfectly timed barrel roll could have been the cause.

On 24 December 2012, an amazing double helix cloud was spotted just outside Moscow in Russia. While it's still up for debate, a pilot's perfectly timed barrel roll could have been the cause.

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Black | Noir | Preto | Ebony | Sable | Onyx | Charcoal | Obsidian | Jet | Color | Texture | Pattern | Styling |

Black | Noir | Preto | Ebony | Sable | Onyx | Charcoal | Obsidian | Jet | Color | Texture | Pattern | Styling |

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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.

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