Weird Clouds In Tacoma
I was driving down in Tacoma and saw these weird clouds it was really cool though.
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Bryan M says ... on Monday, Sep 22 at 3:21 PM
My family and I saw the same clouds up in North King County that night. I couldn't take my eyes off them having never seen anything even remotely similar. They looked sort of like huge jellyfish floating in the sky. Wish there was some explanation
Melissa B says ... on Monday, Sep 22 at 11:12 PM
We saw them too, in Gig Harbor... the sky was FULL of them! Very cool to see! I looked it up on-line and with a little bit of digging, I found they are called "jellyfish" clouds... caused by rain that is evaporating before it reaches the ground :-)
Ann says ... on Friday, Apr 17 at 8:12 PM
I live in Lynchburg Va one night I was looking out the upstairs window and I saw a jellyfish cloud. It was really exciting to see it. I'd like to know more about them.
Jon says ... on Wednesday, Jun 24 at 8:07 AM
They are "Verga" clouds. They produce rain that evaporates before it reaches the ground. Also tremendous downdrafts are associated with these type of clouds.
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