Lenticularis over Wales

On the 7th March a particularly dramatic display of lenticularis clouds formed over North Wales. They were of the form known as ‘pile d’assiettes’. This is the French for a pile of plates and refers to lenticular clouds that have the distinctive stacked appearance. You can see examples of the formations sent in to our photo gallery below.




2 thoughts on “Lenticularis over Wales”

  1. Laurence Green avatar Laurence Green says:

    Interesting comment, Margaret. I was thinking the same sort of thread. Let’s us move together, eh?!!? Cheers!


  2. Margaret Harwood avatar Margaret Harwood says:

    I shall have to move house, interesting clouds around Stevenage are quite rare. Lucky Wales excellent photography!!

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