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Stunning bank of Stratocumulus over the South Downs


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Often heard the phrase "under a blanket" of cloud etc but have never seen one so obvious & dramatic.

Early this morning here on the Coast at Worthing we were in bright morning sunshine whilst inland you could see a bank of cloud stretching along the South Downs it seemed that underneath it was just grey and dense - the sort of cloud that holds all the old fashioned smog under it. It looked like a the cloudal equivalent of a Tsunami approaching.

Anyway all early morning dog walkers were captivated by it - all exclaiming we'd never seen anything quite like it before!

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