Strange Clouds Appear In Kentucky And Ohio

Spectacular images of undulatus asperatus clouds were captured on Monday in Kentucky and southern Ohio and shared on social media. Undulatus means wavy and asperatus translates as agitated or roughed, so the name is Latin for “agitated waves.” Undulatus asperatus clouds are a rare formation that was proposed as a new category of cloud in 2009, according to the National Weather Service, and is likely to become the first cloud formation added since 1951 to the International Cloud Atlas of the World Meteorological Organization. In this case, these incredible images were seen while thunderstorms were in the area early Monday morning.

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