What Were Those Wavy Clouds Drifting Over Dallas-Fort Worth on Friday Morning?

Editor's note: This article was originally published on Oct. 12. It is being shared again with the appearance of undulatus asperatus clouds in the area.North Texans saw some clouds they’re not used to seeing Friday morning.The clouds looked like waves floating over Dallas-Fort Worth. Although they’re not a rare phenomenon, we see them only a few times a year, according to the National Weather Service.The wavy clouds are called undulatus asperatus, or asperitas clouds, and they can form during light rain events — like the showers that moved over areas of North Texas on Friday morning.  Continue reading...

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