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Strange clouds over Crofty

Derek Brockway

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Sometimes you see some strange cloud formations in the sky, like this photo taken by Mrs Ali Collins.

It was taken over Crofty on Gower. I think the hole is in Altocumulus clouds looking up towards Cirrus clouds above.



After a little help from colleagues at the Met Office, we concluded that the hole in the Altocumulus clouds could either be caused by the distrail from a circling aircraft, or descent in mountain waves.

If you take an usual photograph of a cloud, please send it in and you never know - I might be able to show it on the telly!

Derek

The cloud appreciation society

BBC - Types of clouds

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