Mammatus Clouds After The Storm Last Night In Minnesota Look Amazing

According to AccuWeather, mammatus clouds form on the underside of a cumulonimbus, they can develop underneath cirrocumulus, altostratus, altocumulus and stratocumulus. Basically they are the result from the sinking of moist air into dry air, so they are upside-down clouds.

After the storm the sun came out, the mammatus clouds formed, and people went outside to take photos of them. Take a look at some of the sights around Minnesota last night.

Reddit user dadykoff posted this photo.

Reddit user Scandanasian18 posted this photo from St. Paul

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