The strong thunderstorm passed away, leaving a beautiful sight as clouds of bright dragon scales spread across the skies of Oklahoma State.
Orange clouds covered the sky after a strong thunderstorm of course heavy hail, gale and heavy rain hit Oklahoma State and Gulf Coast coastal areas in the US on April 29. Earlier, early on April 27, the hurricane swept through the city of Tulsa and the surrounding areas spoke in haste, signaling the start of the rainy season, according to meteorologist Janice Dean. As the storm receded, dragon scales formed in the sky.
As described by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), dragon cloth clouds look like round bumps protruding from below the cloud. This type of cloud is often accompanied by heavy thunderstorms. In reality, dragon scales clouds are a form of thunderstorm clouds, attached to different layers of the mother cloud. They form due to the cold air sinking under the cloud to form a pocket in contrast to the warm air going upwards.
Scaly dragon cloud with smooth texture, torn or ragged. They often gather in many separate teams into a field stretching hundreds of kilometers. the smooth diameter of dragon scales is 1 – 3 km and the average length is 0.5 km. They can survive for 10 minutes, but most dragon scales can appear from 15 minutes to a few hours.
Scaly or scattered dragon clouds appear