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From cloud nine to climate change, here’s why you should always look up

Altocumulus clouds float above Washington skies in September. Characterized by rolled layers and globular masses, they often signal that afternoon thunderstorms are on the way. (Salwan Georges/The Washington Post)

From cloud nine to climate change, here’s why you should always look up

Amy Ellis Nutt of the Washington Post interviewed Society founder Gavin Pretor-Pinney for her recent article which looks at clouds from all angles.

She says “from cloud nine to climate change, here’s why you should always look up – Clouds are not just baubles in blue skies, but scientific wonders that affect life on Earth”.

You can read the full article on the Washington Post website

2 Comments
  • Margaret

    Margaret

    October 19, 2017at8:36 am

    Loved the article always find out something I didn’t know with the CAS. This time who new about Cloud 8, I think this might be my favourite though 9 is pretty close. I haven’t had time to take the cloud artist test yet.
    Keep on looking up.

  • Margaret

    Margaret

    October 19, 2017at8:37 am

    Sorry finger trouble with the spelling of knew.

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