They look like giant flying saucers on top of mountains, but clouds are stationary lens-shaped. The lenticular clouds formed aligning perpendicularly to the direction of the wind at height. This occurs when stable moist air passes over the mountain or mountain range, creating a series of standing waves. Then if the temperature at the top of the waves fall near or below the dew point temperature, the air humidity condenses and thus produce the lenticular clouds, which disappear when the air moves back into the wave. It is not difficult to confuse somebody with … UFO and put legs! But in a second time will be left to enjoy the stunning scenery in the sky!
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