Several deaf areas roamed the corners of the observation site during the day. After three, some more bubbling already stood out in the approaching cloud, and as it approached, the size of the mollusks increased considerably. Almost on top of that then it drifted and even began to become narrow when the tension shapes were down from the zenith (Figures 1-4).
Another half of the corners of the five arrived at a smaller cloud area, where more moderate bumps formed for a moment at the leading edge (Fig. 5). Both cases were clearly accompanied by an even more gusty wind. The latter also dropped some water.