RENO, NV (WFLA) – What’s that up in the sky? The clouds over Reno, Nevada looked kinda like flyer saucers on Monday.
They’re actually called Lenticular clouds. Scientists say they form in the air that passes over a mountain, rises up again and then cools. And they are most often seen in the winter or spring. Check out the incredible time-lapse video above. Very neat!
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