It's in our nature to name things — helps make sense of our environment.
It's not every day the National Weather Service offices forecast a high likelihood of lenticular clouds.
The storm presented stunning sunsets, 22-degree halos and awesome wave clouds.
These researchers actually just did us a huge favor by publishing common sense — you didn't think it was necessary, but alas, this is the world we live in.
It spread out across the Sicilian volcano like a velvety white pancake.
It appeared to rotate in the same direction of its forward movement as it slowly rolled across the sky over Washington from west to east.
These giant mammatus floated over Corinth, Tex., earlier this week.
A shelf cloud engulfed Cape Cod last week.
If you had any doubt that air is a fluid, here's proof!
Satellite images show beautiful whirlpool-shaped cloud formations downwind of Jeju island.