Approaching thunderstorm with lead gust front. Rain-cooled air from the storm moves out ahead of the storm. It ploughs under the warm moist air forming a flat "shelf cloud."
Globular mammatus clouds with radar in foreground. Often associated with thunderstorms and severe weather
Globular mammatus clouds. These clouds are often associated with thunderstorms and severe weather
Towering cumulus. Mammatus clouds visible under the "anvil".
Cumulonimbus (Thunderstorm) is shown forming in the background. Smaller low level "scud" appearing in foreground.
Lowering wall cloud under main thunderstorm updraft. Tornadoes will generally form in and ground the wall cloud.
Shown in the photograph is a wall cloud with tail cloud.
Supercell - often associated with violent weather.
Captured in this photo is a blazing sunset seen near Throckmorton, Texas.
Thickness in the Air
Thick wave clouds are captured over Mt. Pisgah.
Somewhere over the Rainbow
Stunning photo of a rainbow with a reflection over an Oklahoma Wheatfield.
A thunderstorm anvil at sunset.
Turbulent gust front clouds
Altocumulus clouds in the sky.
Wispy Cirrus Clouds
Cirrus clouds move across the sky
Clouds from Above
Towering cumulus clouds as seen from above.