We rarely glance at the clouds, not unless we see one that looks like something else.


But sometimes, the clouds demand attention that they very well deserve.


Omed (@OmedMuhamad666) took to his Twitter page to showcase rare mammatus clouds covering the skies in a Kurdish town in Iraq.


As according to EarthSky, Mammatus clouds are usually a sign of a storm or severe weather.



The pouch-like protrusions hanging from the undersides of the clouds is composed primarily of ice, and can extend in any direction.

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