Rare “Roll Cloud” Forms Over Parrish
This morning, a Parrish woman was able to snap a pic of a rare cloud formation. Paul Delegatto from Fox 13 says these roll clouds are not seen often… let alone captured in a photo. Delegatto says roll clouds like this form before a thunderstorm.
Wikipedia says they’re actually called volutus clouds. They are NOT associated with funnel clouds or tornado activity.
Roll clouds are low to the ground and tube-shaped. The “rolling” is due to a variation in speed and direction of the wind.
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