Visibility IV / V
This must have been the widest and densest nightmare cloud I have ever seen. At 23.45 a balcony view, the clouds continued as a continuous ferry even slightly south of the zenith from the sky to the north skyline. As the sun set lower, of course, the boundary of the visible clouds also flew north, and at the last glance before going to bed at about 00.30 the boundary was already north of the zenith.
However, I didn’t even manage to go to the nearby pond for a photo hunt, but I just contented to take a quick observation image from the balcony.
Would anyone have access to some current satellite data? [or can these always be parked in a pile with only a few days delay?] It would be interesting to know how far south the cloud ferry actually went.
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