Commuters stuck in traffic were busy snapping pictures of choppy, wavelike clouds that were suspended over the Atlanta skyline early Tuesday morning.
The clouds, referred to as asperatus clouds by meteorologists, are sometimes very ominous in appearance, but they do not necessarily indicate stormy weather.
"Asperatus clouds form on the outside of precipitation areas, where the rain attempts to invade dry air," AccuWeather.com Meteorologist and Social Media Coordinator Jesse Ferrell said.
Only a trace of rain fell in Atlanta early Tuesday as rain approached the area and ran into dry air blanketing Georgia.
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El evento provocó la muerte de una persona y otras 12 resultaron heridas.
Another round of dangerous heat is expected for the final days of the Australian Open.
A storm is forecast to expand a swath of drenching rain across the southern and eastern United States this weekend and into early next week.
Según el meteorólogo de AccuWeather, Paul Pastelok, es probable que no ocurra otro ciclo de bajas temperaturas hasta casi finalizar el mes de enero.
The Minnesota Vikings will host upwards of 70,000 visitors for Super Bowl 52 in their new U.S. Bank Stadium on Feb. 4.
Kusatsu-Shirane, a volcano in Japan, erupted on Tuesday spewing debris onto a nearby ski resort and triggering an avalanche.
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