25 January 2021
During Pittsburgh’s overcast winters we grumble about clouds and pray for sunshine. On Saturday after blogging about last week’s clouds, I was outdoors with Liz Spence when the clouds broke at 1pm. “Look! We have shadows!”
For real excitement, though, check out these lenticular clouds over the Rincon Mountains in Tucson, Arizona, 18 January 2021. We never see this in Pittsburgh(*).
Lenticular clouds today in Tucson over the Rincons. pic.twitter.com/Ry8uSsPOoE— Halfastro (@halfastro) January 19, 2021
(*) because we don’t have mountains. Read more here about lenticular clouds.
(top photo by Kate St. John)