Clouds can look like marching troops or flying saucers or breaking waves or as if a celestial chariot has done a doughnut in the sky. Let's take a look at what these clouds look like and why, and in which circumstances you might see them.
Text by John Rossheim | Photo editing by Connie Ricca
In Nebraska, these are called "clouds". Whoop de doo. Look like belly skin, which would be a way cooler name.
Born and live in Ks. See this about 3-4 times a year after t-storms, not that unusual.
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