Morning! Clouds to make a gradual and graceful exit this Monday... https://t.co/yLPvXwOsXY
A stunning morning in the mountains with the low clouds and fog lingering around. Sunshine should start to come out soon and make way for a beautiful afternoon! Photo Credit: @AshevillePictu1 https://t.co/A0tWOQOwS0
And yet another cool photo of the Asperitas clouds over North Myrtle Beach. Photo via Joshua Rupp. #scwx #ncwx https://t.co/adxu253rsS
More amazing photos of the Asperitas clouds over Cherry Grove in North Myrtle Beach. Photo via Jack Godwin. #scwx #ncwx https://t.co/433s59jOH6
Check out the cool cloud formations over North Myrtle Beach this evening. These are called ‘undulatus asperatus’ clouds and are caused by very calm, stable weather near the surface and more unstable air above - resulting in the wave-like pattern. 📷 Cameron Evans #SCwx @wmbfnews https://t.co/laLwehrgqo
Insanely gorgeous Asperitas clouds in North Myrtle Beach as we wait for the parade to start! #scwx #ncwx https://t.co/04j790d03s
Unusual undulatus asperatus clouds have been spotted over North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, creating a wave-like pattern in the sky. Photos of the stunning cloud formations were shared on social media, showcasing the unique weather phenomenon caused by calm, stable weather near the surface and more unstable air above. The clouds have captured the attention of locals and weather enthusiasts, with the phenomenon being attributed to specific atmospheric conditions.