Last September we wrote about the rare undulatus asperatus clouds over Gloucester Harbor. According to WBZ-TV chief meterologist Eric Fisher, they were recognized by the Wold Meteorological Organization in March as an official cloud formation. The clouds could be seen over Boston the past few days. You can see a photos of the wavy formations here: Good Morning Gloucester Undulatus Asperitus.
Undulatus asperatus clouds over Gloucester Harbor from Rocky Neck Railways
To learn more about undulatus asperatus, read more here.
Glorious clouds pressing down upon the harbor this morning–solid and simplified. Reminded me of Canadian painter, Lawren C Harris.
But it did not, turned out to be a nice evening.
Clouds over the Essex River at high tide
Can You See The Light?
From The Front Door Of The Dock As We Wait For The Last Boat To Come In
The storm rolled in one evening but not before a colorful sunset.
Bright moon and some fast moving clouds last night.
Late on a windy night
Clouds just cranking by to the right and cars zipping by to the left.
and here’s one from a similar view- shot composed by Eloise and Madeline-
Even on a gray day, there is still a great view… Click pictures to view full size.
About 3:45 on Friday, a front rolled through the area providing menacing clouds, incredible spots of sunlight and snow showers in the sky that melted before they hit the ground. Just incredible! Glad to live on Cape Ann and be able to see capture a few scenes like these. Click the images for larger view
Hog Island from Farnham’s
View of Essex River from Conomo Road
View Across Essex River
View Down River towards Crane Beach and Wingarsheek
Not to panic, I was a passenger on this journey down Route 128 / I-95 . Traveling on the way to Reading for the Manchester Essex field hockey game and I got to watch a changing sky almost all the way.
Behind the gallery after this afternoon’s little storm.
Taken last week from East Main Street.
– Matthew Green