Altocumulus undulatus clouds

Altocumulus undulatus clouds

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Credit: MARK A. SCHNEIDER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Altocumulus undulatus clouds. Composed of water droplets and ice crystals, these medium-level clouds occur between 2000 and 7000 metres. Their rippled appearance led to their being named undulatus (undulating), which occurs due to wind shear. They are indicative of a deterioration in the weather conditions. Photographed in Kentucky, USA.

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