Fleur Flowers, Member 54,145, sent this article from cnet.com showing Mount Rainier appearing to erupt. However, it was quick to reassure readers that all was well as the formation seen atop the volcano was actually a lenticular cloud created by moist air pushing over the top of the mountain. You can read the full article […]
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A lone lenticularis over Edinburgh, Scotland.
Lenticularis over Caviahue, Ptagonia, Argentina.
Altocumulus lenticularis clouds form downwind of the San Francisco Peaks, this happens when the airstream contains layers of moist air separated by drier air, that results in a stacked formation resembling a stack of dishes, view is from meadow near Flagstaff Pulliam Airport, May 28, 2022, Coconino National Forest, Flagstaff, Arizona
Lenticularis over Choctaw Beach, United States
A host of lenticularis over Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
A lenticular formation over the Swiss Alps.
A lenticularis over Athens, Georgia, US.
Wendy, you can be certail about this one being a lenticularis. The only thing I am not certain about is whether it is a altocumulus or a cirrocumulus. Certainly not altostratus btw. I prefer to think it is cirrocumulus but I am not sure. Great to spot this one travelling by train. Hans
Hi Can someone please help with Identifying this cloud? It was spotted over South East London whilst travelling on a Train so I didn’t get chance to watch it develop or dissipate. Not sure if it is a Lenticularis? Or breaking up Altostratus? Thank you Wendy
Lenticularis over San Martin de Valdeiglesias, central Spain.
Lenticularis over Wells, Somerset, England.
Lenticularis over Skarsvåg, Nordkapp, Finnmark, Norway.
.An iridescent lenticularis over Xiamen, China.
The recent lenticularis on the gallery is great, Ruth. And yes, Surprises Await Us. That is a beautiful delicate cloudscape, Keelin. Michael, your last one #1303 is literally mouth watering. Hurray!
A classic UFO-like lenticularis over Liverpool, England.
Lenticularis over Bigfork, Montana, US.
Lenticularis over Arnhem, Netherlands.
Lenticularis over Cogdill Center, United States
Lenticularis over Washoe Valley, Carson City, Nevada, US.
Lenticularis over Zhushancun, China
Lenticularis over Big Bear, California, US.
Lenticularis clouds over the Air Sailing glider port, Nevada, US.
An Alien Invader, AKA, Altocumulus lenticularis, over Old Amersham, Buckinghamshire, England.
Lenticularis over Lake Tahoe, Sierra Nevada, US.
Lenticularis over Ulverston, Cumbria, England.
A panoramic of lenticularis over the San Francisco Peaks, Flagstaff,, Arizona, US.
Lenticularis over Livermore, California, US.
Lenticularis over Bampton, Oxfordshire, England.
Lenticularis over Kyeburn, New Zealand
A meteoric lenticularis over Mount Shasta, California, US.
Unless anyone thinks different, I think you spotted a lovely Altomulus lenticularis sky Miriam. I love the wave-like structure and the gentle shapes they have.
A classic UFO-like lenticularis over York, England.
That’s great to read about Andrew. I happen to live in the Netherlands and even nearby the church Ruisdael painted with his famous Dutch mountains. I am not an expert on meteorology but we do have a lot of clouds. I must say we also have sometimes boring blue skies (very recently) when we are […]
Lenticularis over Milton of Leys, United Kingdom
Michael, there they are. Lenticulars are one of my favorites. Asking once again your thoughts on a Pileus. I am seeing some interesting clouds when I least expect them. Exciting though for me to look at clouds with a better eye for picking out formations, etc. Want To Be
A large lenticularis over Brig, Valais, Switzerland.
Lenticularis over Clayton, United States
Thanks Ruth! I dropped a lenticularis in the Color thread you might like. Arizona B&W#224