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Splendid pictures! #3 is quite odd with a stable layer of stratocumulus with a fat cumulus clouder in the lower airlayers, showing that just there the air is unstable.
These are just stunning, Arnish. They are like pictures from a book about the weather to instruct people about cloud formations. Wonderful, thank you.
Big Lewis skies...
Ah but Orkney skies are bigger!