Chrissy Warrilow of Weather Channel selected 16 great cloud images, and added captions. See many more clouds below.
WEATHER CHANNEL: Cirrus clouds are also called 'Mares' Tails,' because the wispy nature of the ice crystals look like the wind whipping through horses' manes. Cirrus clouds form high in the atmosphere - over 20,000 feet above the ground.
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Very cool shot!
Cool aerial shot!
wispy cirrus clouds
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