[video] Stratocumulus perlucidus clouds

Just for intermezzo!

According to Wikipedia, Stratocumulus perlucidus is a layer of stratocumulus clouds with small spaces, appearing in irregular pattern, through which clear sky or higher clouds can be seen.

Stratocumulus means a sheet of lumpy clouds. Stratus is sheet; cumulus is lumpy or humpy. Perlucidus means the light goes around it — the sheet does not cover the sky. In fact, convection in the center of the sheet makes it high there while the edges are not growing.

Created by: Dasril Iteza.
Place: Aik Madu Village, Simpang Tige District, Belitung Timur Regency – Indonesia.
Time: Tuesday, February 22, 2011.



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