AUSTIN (KXAN) – KXAN obtained a number of photographs from viewers of mammatus clouds Saturday afternoon and early night by way of our ReportIt characteristic.
Mammatus clouds appear like lumps or pouches on the underside of a cloud, often a thunderstorm’s anvil. They kind when chilly air sinks into dry air and types these little pockets or pouches, often when a thunderstorm is late in improvement or beginning to crumble.
While most of Central Texas didn’t have storms on Saturday, one extreme storm fashioned over Lampasas and drifted southwest into San Saba County. A separate non-severe storm popped up in Burnet County.
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