It’s not the apocalypse, but don’t tell that to Bloomington, Indianapolis residents in Indiana and Owensboro residents in Kentucky as they freaked out seeing theseeerie shelf clouds. The low-hanging clouds accompanied by mammatus and undulatus asperatus – in some photographs – score full marks for dramatic effect. And while these particular clouds don’t do damage, they certainly signify a storm that can. Shelf cloud formations appear on the edge of thunderstorms. Usually pretty big thunderstorms, too. The eerie sight of these beautiful formations means hail, lightning, heavy rains and possibly tornados loom in the distance. Did you get some extreme weather this morning Indianans? Kentuckians?
So, did you get some extreme weather this morning Indianans? Kentuckians?
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