Also known as mamma clouds, these clouds appear as hanging, rounded protuberances or pouches on the under-surface of a cloud. With thunderstorms, mammatus are seen on the underside of the anvil. These clouds do not produce tornadoes, funnels,hail, or any other type of severe weather, although they often accompany severe thunderstorms.
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Tweet Vote on HN Insane Supercell Structure Dumas, Texas May 18 2010 Impressive Supercell in the Texas Panhandle near Dumas […]