Greg explains how weird shaped clouds are formed in the sky.
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How Are Weird Clouds Formed?
Many of you will be familiar with spotting shapes whilst staring at a cloudy sky. Greg Foot sticks his head into the clouds to explain how some of the more unusual cloud formations are created. From mammatus nipple clouds to 100mile wide super cells, there are some fascinating cloud types that can be created.
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 (Throughout) The Cloudspotter’s Guide. Gavin Pretor-Pinney, Sceptre 2007
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