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Mammatus Clouds are pouch-like clouds that protrude down from the bottom of a thunderstorm’s anvil cloud. They often form on the underside of cumulonimbus clouds, but are sometimes seen underneath other clouds as well. They can appear threatening, but the sinking air required to make these clouds actually indicates weakening of the storm associated with them.

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