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PHOTOS: STRATOCUMULUS CLOUD CREATES IMPRESSIVE SKIES ABOVE THE ISLE OF WIGHT

Stratocumulus clouds above the Isle of Wight have led to Islanders reaching for their cameras this afternoon (Monday).

This unusual and impressive scene has dominated the skyline since around 14:20.

Jamie Russell, Chief Forecaster at IW Met Service explains:

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“Whenever we get high pressure in the winter months we tend to see this type of cloud. Its the boundary between a layer of warm and cold air where condensation occurs – it’s a normal winter high-pressure cloud and nothing to worry about!”

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Bob Frapples
Bob Frapples
1 year ago

Aliens or the end of the world

Deb
Deb
1 year ago

Also in Surrey

Paul
Paul
1 year ago

Geo-engineered toxic salt compounds + aluminium dust + EMFs is the evil scums shield of Ra to block out the life giving sun.

Gerry
Gerry
Reply to  Paul
1 year ago

Thousands of tons of barium to darken the clouds too.. I’m amazed the nwo trolls not commenting on all this yes

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