Amazing Cloud Formations

(credit: Beth Fischer/St. Croix Valley)
Amazing Cloud Formations (credit: Beth Fischer/St. Croix Valley)
(credit: Cathy Hubers/Northfield, Minn.)
Amazing Cloud Formations (credit: Cathy Hubers/Northfield, Minn.)
(credit: Cathy Hubers/Northfield, Minn.)
Amazing Cloud Formations (credit: Cathy Hubers/Northfield, Minn.)
(credit: Cathy Hubers/Northfield, Minn.)
Amazing Cloud Formations (credit: Cathy Hubers/Northfield, Minn.)
Amazing Cloud Formations
Amazing Cloud Formations
(credit: Heidi Green/Blaine, Minn.)
Amazing Cloud Formations (credit: Heidi Green/Blaine, Minn.)
(credit: Cale Jallen/Elko-New Market, Minn.)
Amazing Cloud Formations (credit: Cale Jallen/Elko-New Market, Minn.)
(credit: Jason Kingstrom/Lonsdale, Minn.)
Amazing Cloud Formations (credit: Jason Kingstrom/Lonsdale, Minn.)
(credit: Ken Gaustad)
Amazing Cloud Formations (credit: Ken Gaustad)
(credit: Ken Gaustad)
Amazing Cloud Formations (credit: Ken Gaustad)
(credit: Lisa Pap/Lakeville, Minn.)
Amazing Cloud Formations (credit: Lisa Pap/Lakeville, Minn.)
(credit: Lori Rahman/Northfield, Minn.)
Amazing Cloud Formations (credit: Lori Rahman/Northfield, Minn.)
(credit: Robyn Griffin/Lakeville, Minn.)
Amazing Cloud Formations (credit: Robyn Griffin/Lakeville, Minn.)
(credit: Terri Tilotta/Lakeville, Minn.)
Amazing Cloud Formations (credit: Terri Tilotta/Lakeville, Minn.)
(credit: Tom Wieland/Stillwater, Minn.)
Amazing Cloud Formations (credit: Tom Wieland/Stillwater, Minn.)
(credit: Dave Strohmeyer/Rice Lake, Wis.)
Curious-Looking Clouds
WCCO meteorologist Lauren Casey said the clouds are "undulatus asperatus" and are fairly new to the cloud classification system (2009).
(credit: Dave Strohmeyer/Rice Lake, Wis.)
(credit: Robert Evertsen/Shell Lake, Wis.)
Curious-Looking Clouds
WCCO meteorologist Lauren Casey said the clouds are "undulatus asperatus" and are fairly new to the cloud classification system (2009).
(credit: Robert Evertsen/Shell Lake, Wis.)
(credit: AJ Colby/Spooner, Wis.)
Curious-Looking Clouds
WCCO meteorologist Lauren Casey said the clouds are "undulatus asperatus" and are fairly new to the cloud classification system (2009).
(credit: AJ Colby/Spooner, Wis.)
(credit: Myron Marshall/Spooner, Wis.)
Curious-Looking Clouds
WCCO meteorologist Lauren Casey said the clouds are "undulatus asperatus" and are fairly new to the cloud classification system (2009).
(credit: Myron Marshall/Spooner, Wis.)
(credit: Myron Marshall/Spooner, Wis.)
Curious-Looking Clouds
WCCO meteorologist Lauren Casey said the clouds are "undulatus asperatus" and are fairly new to the cloud classification system (2009).
(credit: Myron Marshall/Spooner, Wis.)
(credit: Jameson Stone/Shell Lake, Wis.)
Curious-Looking Clouds
WCCO meteorologist Lauren Casey said the clouds are "undulatus asperatus" and are fairly new to the cloud classification system (2009).
(credit: Jameson Stone/Shell Lake, Wis.)
(credit: Jennie Carlstrom/Siren, Wis.)
Curious-Looking Clouds
WCCO meteorologist Lauren Casey said the clouds are "undulatus asperatus" and are fairly new to the cloud classification system (2009).
(credit: Jennie Carlstrom/Siren, Wis.)
(credit: Joan Farris/Rush City, Minn.)
Curious-Looking Clouds
WCCO meteorologist Lauren Casey said the clouds are "undulatus asperatus" and are fairly new to the cloud classification system (2009).
(credit: Joan Farris/Rush City, Minn.)
(credit: Marni Mazutis)
Strange Clouds Over Chanhassen, Minn. (credit: Marni Mazutis)
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