Photo of lines of clouds from the air looking down.

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I took these pictures about a couple of weeks ago between Toronto and Ottawa. Uniformed lines of clouds running north/south. Does anyone know how these lines are forms? Or why?

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1 Response

  1. Tom. Good job on the weather. Those cloud lines are cloud streets caused by Langmuir circulation. Think convergence/divergence. It is the same process that causes white streaks on water from the wind. Nice shots!
    Captain Doug
    Author of Canadian Aviation Weather and Pilot Weather: From Solo to the Airlines

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