Monday, 31 March 2008
Sunday, 30 March 2008
Low level cumulus and high level cirrostratus.
More low level cumulus and higher wisps of what looks like altocumulus.
Low level cumulus, some altocumulus, and a milky veil of cirrostratus.
Thin streaks of high altocumulus radiatus, tinted peachey-pink by a setting sun.
Saturday, 29 March 2008
Friday, 28 March 2008
Thursday, 27 March 2008
Tuesday, 25 March 2008
Monday, 24 March 2008
Snow showers all day. This was taken late afternoon. Click on the image for a larger version.
I spotted this from my window. It's a cumulonimbus with an anvil. "Incus" is Latin for anvil, a characteristic shape of this enormous cloud, which holds a staggering amount of water. The flattened top is formed from ice crystals at the top of the troposphere, where it can't go any higher. These clouds can be up to 11 miles high.
The cloud was to the south-west, probably over Felixstowe and Harwich.