The Chaos Cloud moved in over Virginia and set his ominous scowl.
The Chaos Cloud, this time shaped like a giant rolling pin or sideways tornado, had people craning their necks for a better look in Washington DC yesterday. And running for cover!
The unusual weather phenomenon, known as a roll cloud, stretched in a long line low in the sky at about 7.30am. Then the face of Chaos Cloud appeared at 10am.
As it crept across the region, many people snapped pictures of the odd-looking cloud, which they posted to Twitter and Facebook.
It is such an unusual sight that even meteorologists at the National Weather Service’s offices in northern Virginia took a picture of it as it loomed over their offices. And then Chaos Cloud growled, which cleared the offices.
The rare cloud type is caused by changes in air temperature and wind, which roll the cloud into its unusual shape.
The Chaos Cloud looked ominous, but on this day at least, he decided to keep his normally “hot” temper cool.
2 thoughts on “CHAOS CLOUD TAKES VIRGINIA”
LOL In the top pic, upper left corner, that is the same face from one of those "demon face in the smoke" photos.
It might be warning to USA corporations, not unlike Bechtel, that staffed both shores of USA by wind power plants.
Beside Global worming, that intensifies energy output of moving air, the wall of power towers take a substantial
part of 1% of it, making it curl north and south, with more violence of distraction, wile leaving dry in the middle.
One day it might contribute to "atmospheric" end of the world – floods in some places, burning land in other…