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One of the rarest clouds ever. This was taken over Battle Mountain, Nevada, USA on 8 March 2018. It's called a horseshoe cloud for obvious reasons. Credit goes to eagle-eye Christy Grimes.
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darth™ Mar 9
miriam i am NOT saying aliens but miriam
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Miriam Kramer Mar 9
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Greg Moore Mar 9
Replying to @NWSElko @MikeOlbinski
Are Horseshoe vortices really that rare? I feel like we seem them every summer during storm season here on the front range of CO.
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Mike Olbinski Mar 9
Replying to @GMoore34 @NWSElko
I’ve never seen one, but that doesn’t mean much haha
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Chase Mar 9
Replying to @darth @NWSElko and 2 others
it's not aliens, darth, it's much worse
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Greg Moore Mar 9
Replying to @MikeOlbinski @NWSElko
I’ve seen a few over the years on storm days, but I was curious how rare they were. Wasn’t aware they were the “rarest”.
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Greg Mar 9
Replying to @NWSElko
can't believe it's not called a handlebar or a fu manchu cloud based on what people regularly call my facial hair style
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Sean Mar 9
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The BlackStone Mar 9
Replying to @NWSElko @NWSChicago
Wow! I also have a picture of a horse shoe cloud that I took in Chicago, in 2016.
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The BlackStone Mar 9
Replying to @NWSElko @NWSChicago
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NoTrumpsClub Mar 9
Nice catch!
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Dave Walde Mar 9
Replying to @NWSElko @NWSSeattle
Looks more like a wire staple.
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The BlackStone Mar 9
Thank you! 😊
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Roseann Mar 9
Replying to @NWSElko
that is insane.
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Brian McDaniel Mar 9
Replying to @NWSElko @NWSChicago
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Jeff Haseley Mar 9
Replying to @NWSElko @wxbrad
How does this cloud form ?
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Jaime [Last Name Redacted] Mar 9
Replying to @NWSElko
Me neither! It’s amazing!
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Halley O'Brien Mar 9
Replying to @NWSElko
This cloud be like
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Brad Panovich Mar 9
Replying to @JeffHaseley @NWSElko
very rare but they do happen from time to time, Really cool!
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