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High wispy cirrus clouds and the puffy popcorn cumulus clouds building up over the Sangres. For your Thanksgiving entertainment!
And a nice time lapse of the clouds passing underneath.
What looked like a calm fog on the Sangres, turned out to be a sign of atmospheric instability. In this case, a big cold front is moving through, giving us our first hard freeze of the year.
Some juicy cumulonimbus rolled in to bring us a nice rain.
The monsoon was back in action and despite some heavy rains around the state, we managed to get a whopping 1/8th inch of rain.
Thanks to a wet weather pattern, the clouds have been very “saucy” (a term used by a USFS weatherman during last year’s fire). Haven’t had time to post, so here is a mega time lapse, super duper, loooooong post. The … Continue reading
A collection of clouds, virga, sunsets, the moon and a few time lapses (the bottom one looks like a forest fire, ulp).