By Chief Meteorologist Larry Mowry

As storms were approaching Fort Worth this evening there were beautiful mammatus clouds.  Mammatus clouds are on the underside of the anvil cloud of the thunderstorm.  They look like puffy cotton balls pasted on the clouds above.  They are a sign of very turbulent air at the top of the thunderstorm that spreads out ahead of the storm.




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photo1 Video: Mammatus Clouds Over Fort Worth