|Lenticular clouds/photo by Kathy Marshall|
There’s something almost hypnotic about this shot we received in email today via the feds: The clouds almost seem like something out of Close Encounters.
From the mail: “Those are called ‘lenticular clouds.’ They’re caused when the air flow is just right so when it flows over Mt. Rainier, the air gets pushed upward where it cools and condenses into clouds. Depending on how smooth the flow is, you can get some amazing clouds formations. (Photo: submitted by Kathy Marshall, Assistant PN Regional RD)”Share on Facebook