posted on Jul, 28 2010 @ 03:01 AM
Originally posted by jdills1196
reply to post by BigfootNZ
I defend myself by saying I am very familiar with the clouds (Yes there is a "storm" cloud in the pic at the horizon, but what about all the clouds
overhead? I can tell you those aren't storm clouds) also I'm a storm spotter so I do look at clouds quite often.
Yeah sorry about that didnt mean you exactly, wasnt trying to be nasty.
If you mean the undulating clouds?.. their not all that uncommon, and those whispy thread like ones arent anything special either (to me at least
), although ive seen more of the latter than the former. We get some real hodge podge of clouds where i live in New Zealand, we live near two small
mountains and the whole area is on a plateau of sorts, so the wind can be all over the place from time to time. We had a huge egg shaped lenticular
cloud 2 years back (got photos of it), probably the neatest cloud formation we've had here.
Dont forget you get wind in layers where one layer moves faster than the other or more turbulently, those upper clouds look to be getting a real
battering. im not sure what makes those undulating clouds, but im sure its some wind phenomena.
Im just saying from my own personal experience those clouds arent nothing too be to worried about