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Mammatus in Fort Myers

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Thursday July 16, 2009

Fort Myers, FL (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Theses clouds formed over out house tonight thought I would share them with everyone since Fort Myers Very seldom sees these Freak: The weird weather is called a mammatus from the Latin word for breast Named after the Latin for breast, mammatus clouds are associated with the powerful storms which can occur in the summer, and are a sign of the massive quantities of water vapor that are held in the languid summer air.Mammatus lobes can form under several types of cloud but this particular spectacle appears to be associated with the cumulonimbus thunderclouds.How they form is something of a mystery.




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