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I’m always fascinated by the weather. A few days ago I was stopped waiting to pick up a pupil and was struck by the clouds that were overhead. I initially thought that they might be forming Mammatus (which is a rare formation itself), but it turns out they were another rare type called Asperitas – of which there had been sightings all over Nottingham and the UK at the time I saw them.

The time lapse from my dashcam (twelve minutes condensed down into 45 seconds) doesn’t really capture the full detail, but you can see the wavy bases.

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