Supercell Cloud

The supercell wall cloud forms near the downdraft/updraft interface – area between the precipitation area and the precipitation-free base – and occur when rain-cooled air from the downdraft is pulled into the updraft. This wet, cold air quickly saturates as it is lifted by the updraft, forming a cloud that seems to “descend” from the precipitation-free base. Though wall clouds are common, it’s not everyday that you see one shaped like a tsunami. Continue reading for more unusual weather-related photos.

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