Jelly Fish in the Sky

Jelly Fish Clouds?

Just thought this looked interesting. Have never seen clouds like this.

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Too bad says ... on Wednesday, Jul 2 at 9:13 AM

Too bad these are cirrus clouds. "Anonymous" (aka lee789237896293876) doesn't know the difference between any type of cloud.

Anonymous says ... on Wednesday, Jul 2 at 5:13 AM

The word "cumulus" is Latin for "heap." Altocumulus clouds are heaps of clouds that develop in the middle layer of the troposphere, about 8,000 to 18,000 feet

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