Full Of Fish Scales This Morning

24 August 2013

Merlion Wayfarer woke up to a sky full of fish scales this morning...

Cirrocumulus clouds are often found in rows and they look like little puffed-up ripples. Some people think these clouds look like fish scales. The broken or rippled nature of these clouds is caused by air turbulence - It's bad news for anyone flying through them, but great news on the ground because these clouds usually mean that the weather is going to stay the same with no major sudden changes.

True enough...
(Source : NEA)

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