Mammatus cloud

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Mammatus cloud, Goose Creek Path, Boulder, Colorado, August, 2012.

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An excellent example of naturally occurring complexity. By the way, has anyone come up with a definitive mechanism explaining the formation of mamma? I know that hydrometeor cooling had been proposed, however hydrometeors don’t always generate mammatus lobes.

Is that Mamma from heaven? :p

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