Mare's Tail

Mare's Tail

Fri, 28/07/2017 - 14:01
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The name given to thin, wispy cirrus clouds (Cirrus uncinus) composed of fibrous ice crystals that are blown by strong winds high in the atmosphere and point in the direction of the air movement.  They often appear as strands resembling a horse's tail or 'curly hooks'.