Flying saucers? UFO coverups? Or just wacky nature?
Lenticular clouds are different from other types of clouds in that they typically hold still in one place.
Of course, they also tend to look like flying saucers or UFOs! 😛
Lenticular clouds are most common in mountainous areas, but can also form above flat lands, like in Texas.
Here are a dozen photos of lenticular clouds — click the links below to see even more! 😀
More on this phenomenon:
Premier Flight Center
UFOs Over Cape Town
Lovely Lenticular Clouds
National Weather Service
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