I want to go to there. This particular formation is an example of Undulatus asperatus—meaning “agitated waves”—which was proposed as a separate cloud classification in 2009 by… wait for it… the founder of the Cloud Appreciation Society. (I’m serious.)
A rare form of clouds known as “undulatus asperatus”. This looks like something out of a horror movie. (via reddit.com)
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Cumulus, nimbus, stratus, cirrus…asperatus? First “discovered” in 2009, scientists have finally named this dramatic and rare cloud occurence as Undulatus Asperatus.