This stunning photo showing curtain of cirrus clouds over Paris, France, was captured on June 19, 2016. Image credit Bertrand Kulik
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Ice crystals in distant cirrus clouds are acting like little floating prisms, Sometimes known as a fire rainbow for its flame-like appearance, a circumhorizontal arc
These Mammatus clouds were photographed over Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada during the past summer. Mammatus (“mammary cloud” or “breast cloud”), is a meteorological term applied to
The photo above showing a breathtaking Sun pillar was captured at sunset near Jenison, Michigan on April 10, 2012. Sun pillars result from the reflection
The photo above, snapped in Gulf Breeze, Florida on a chilly February afternoon, shows a colorful circumzenithal arc (CZA) and a much less frequently observed
Glaciation in clouds is the rapid growth of ice crystals, most often in cirrus clouds, usually leading to precipitation of the crystals. Those cirrus clouds
Known to weather officials call a ’22 degrees halo’ because of its circular formation at 22°, Reyaz is one of the few to have captured