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60 insane cloud formations from around the world [PICs]

60 insane cloud formations from around the world [PICs] - Matador Network

Jaw-dropping Photographs Capture the Sublime Power of Superstorms

Jaw-dropping Photographs Capture the Sublime Power of Superstorms

Jaw-dropping Photographs Capture the Sublime Power of Superstorms - Photographer Mike Hollingshead makes a living out of chasing and photographing extreme weather systems

"Mammatus clouds are most often associated with the anvil cloud and severe thunderstorms. "

MAMMATUS clouds are most often associated with the anvil cloud & severe thunderstorms. They often extend from the base of a cumulonimbus but may also be found under altocumulus, altostratus, stratocumulus, & cirrus clouds as well as volcanic ash clouds^

Awe-Inspiring Skies, Captured by an Extreme Storm Chaser | Mammatus clouds form over northern Oklahoma.  Mike Hollingshead  | WIRED.com

Awe-Inspiring Skies, Captured by an Extreme Storm Chaser

Mother Nature is sooooo wild and crazy!!! Scary but at the same time, very interesting!!!

Man from Tornado Alley gives up his day job to become a storm chaser

A tornado in Bradshaw, Nebraska. THANK YOU to AlAnon for teaching me not to chase tornados.

Mammatus clouds develop on the edge of a severe thunderstorm in northern Oklahoma on June 16, 2005.    Jim Reed has been photographing and reporting on extreme weather for 21 years, and has been reconized as one of the world's most accomplished extreme-weather photographers,

Professional storm chaser

Photo by professional storm chaser, Jim Reed-Mammatus clouds develop on the edge of a severe thunderstorm in northern Oklahoma on June

Supercell storm and mammatus cloud formations (Photo: Mike Hollingshead and Eric Nguyen)

Michael Fish, storm-chaser: day three

Severe Nebraska Storm Severe storm races southeast in southwest Nebraska June 2006 producing high winds and small hail.

Mammatus by Jason Weingart on 500px - "Mammatus clouds at sunset after the Memorial Day floods that devastated parts of Texas."

“After the Storm”: Mammatus clouds over an abandoned farm house. These were visible across Central Texas after the Memorial Day floods devastated the area. (Submitted by Jason Weingart)

Awe-Inspiring Skies, Captured by an Extreme Storm Chaser | Mammatus clouds in South Dakota on May 22, 2010. | Credit: Photo: Mike Hollingshead | From Wired.com

Awe-Inspiring Skies, Captured by an Extreme Storm Chaser

Storm chaser Mike Hollingshead from Nebraska has captured incredible photos of ‘bubble clouds’ in the sky (shown). Known as mammatus clouds the amazing structures form behind storms. While most clouds have wispy edges, mammatus lobes, which are usually stable for only a few minutes, have unusually sharp and well-defined boundaries. Each lobe can be up to a mile (1.6km) in diameter Photo credit: Mike Hollingshead

Storm chaser Mike Hollingshead from Nebraska has captured incredible photos of ‘bubble clouds’ in the sky (shown). Known as mammatus clouds the amazing structures form behind storms. While most clouds.

Mammatus clouds in Northern Oklahoma, June 2011. Photo by Seam Ramsey, Weather Storm Chaser

Mammatus clouds in Northern Oklahoma, June Photo by Seam Ramsey, Weather Storm Chaser

Bubble wrap in the sky? No, these amazing shapes are mammatus clouds

Bubble wrap in the sky? No, these amazing shapes are mammatus clouds

Rare Mammatus clouds can only be seen during a storm. Storm chaser Mike Hollingshead from Nebraska has captured incredible photos of the bubble clouds.

Mammatus clouds glow various colors over a dirt road in Friona, Texas during a severe thunderstorm in May, 2014. (Mike Mezeul II/Caters News)

Mammatus clouds glow various colors over a dirt road in Friona, Texas during a severe thunderstorm in May, (Photo by Mike Mezeul II/Caters News)

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