photo courtesy of National Geographic
There hasn't been a new cloud classified and added to the International Cloud Atlas in over fifty years. This unusual cloud, named "asperatus" was photographed over New Zealand's South Island and may be the newest entry to that atlas in the last half century.
Dada ponders the cause of this asperatus:
- really, really weird atmospherics
- climate change, global warming
- Russian test of their scalar weather control weapon over NZ