Strange storm clouds that look like bubbles, cotton balls or pouches are called mammatus clouds and create the most beautiful sunsets.
Mammatus clouds are named after female udders or mammary. The icy pockets most often form under the anvil of thunderstorms and indicate conditions in the area were and might still be favorable for severe weather. Powerful thunderstorms in Tornado Alley generated mammatus clouds last week in Nebraska and Kansas and treated photographers to a beautiful spectacle.
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