Stunning ‘mammatus’ clouds that look like UFOs have appeared in the sky above Glasgow following severe weather warning for high winds from Storm Dudley.
These unique formations might be mistaken for spaceships or clouds but they are actually a unique weather event known as mammatus.
They are some of the ‘most unusual and distinctive’ types of clouds formations, according to the Met Office.
The weather service says turbulence forms these new clouds out of dense, towering storms that people see during thunderstorms, tornadoes and hailstones.
Instead of moving upwards like other clouds, mammatus move down, making the bottom of the cloud look uneven.
Shapes of these clouds vary widely and can have a protruding shape, to a more elongated tube hanging from the cloud above.
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