Weather pictures of mammatus clouds

 

Mammatus clouds: rounded, smooth, sack-like protrusions hanging from the underside of a cloud (usually a thunderstorm anvil). Mammatus clouds often accompany severe thunderstorms, but do not produce severe weather; they may accompany non-severe storms as well. In my area they usually occur a couple of times a year.

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Pictures of Mamma clouds

 

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