Wednesday, September 9, 2009

The Day Michael Jackson Died

New York, June 25th 2009

Ominous looking Mammatus clouds form over Manhattan. This meteorological term describes a cellular pattern of pouches, mostly composed of ice, that hang underneath the base of a cloud. Despite popular misconception, mammatus clouds usually are an indication severe weather has passed and thunderstorms are weakening. They are not a sign that a tornado is about to form.