Over no horizon, lower Cumulus and upper-level AltoCumulus mackerel clouds flow
Scene notes: Exemplar of towering clouds. These are called Cumulus congestus. If the clouds were closer together (greater humidity) or the air was a little warmer, a thunderstorm would have formed. Later in the day, these clouds did form a storm. One gets the impression that these clouds, when experienced in the morning or around noon, are a fair indicator of rain or lightning to come shortly. Visually observing these clouds closely allows the observer the ability to predict rainfall with higher accuracy than a weather forecast or radar alone.
Time-lapse length (30 fps):
37 seconds and 13 frames.
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