Mammatus Cloud East of Huron, South Dakota
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Mammatus clouds are caused by descending air in the anvil portion of a thunderstorm. Earlier in the day this tempest produced several tornadoes but at sunset it became calm and revealed a beautiful mammatus display. Pink colors are created by the setting sun and blues come from clear sky above the storm. Order print above and enjoy movie below.