Cloud Lovers, Unite!

At The Cloud Appreciation Society we love clouds, we’re not ashamed to say it and we’ve had enough of people moaning about them. Read our manifesto and see how we are fighting the banality of ‘blue-sky thinking’. If you agree with what we stand for, then join the society for a minimal one-off postage and administration fee and receive your very own official membership certificate and badge.

Alberto Bertoldi Press Release

Cloud News Alberto Bertoldi – Clouds – A Series of Paintings

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Cloud of the Month August 2015

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Colourful Cumulus Close your eyes, think of a cloud, and it’s probably a Cumulus that comes to mind. It’s the familiar, lighthearted, fair-weather cloud that is borne on thermals rising as invisible columns of air from the sun-warmed ground. Small …read more…


Cloud of the Month July 2015

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New Cloud, New Name For July’s Cloud of the Month, we’ve chosen a formation that was accepted as a new type of cloud a few weeks ago at the World Meteorological Organisation’s 17th Congress. It is now known as ‘asperitas’, …read more…


Cloud News A New Use for Your Car Tax Disc Holder…

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Cloud Appreciation Society member, Mick Garton from Edinburgh in the UK contacted us recently with an innovative idea for what to do with your car tax disc holder now that it no longer has to be displayed on your windscreen …read more…

Crown Flash

Cloud News A Crown Flash

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Back in 2011 we wrote a news item about the strange lights that can sometimes be seen dancing in the sky above storm clouds – Dancing Clouds. We saw in a recent post by the Bad Astronomer at Slate Magazine …read more…


Cloud News Clouds, Storms & Music Event at City University

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On Thursday, 25th June, City University London will be holding an event, “The Weather Experiment: Clouds, Storms and Music” in conjunction with WAM (Weather Art and Music). Join author Peter Moore and singer Pierrette Thomet for an evening of art, …read more…


Cloud News All Aboard the Cloud Lab: Crossing America in an airship

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Tuesday 16 June 2015, 6.30pm to 7.20pm Berrick Saul Building, University of York The BBC series Operation Cloud Lab: Secrets of the Skies brought together a team of scientists who travelled across the US in the world’s largest airship. Along …read more…