Iridescent cirrus atop the deep convection of one of Cyclone Biparjoy’s outer bands. What do you picture when you think of a tropical cyclone? Perhaps palm trees barely holding onto the ground amid roaring winds and dumping rain, or else maybe the buzzsaw-like cloud formation visible from satellite?
The storm cell above Little Sippewissett Marsh. A dramatic downdraft sits under the anvil. This evening a line of thunderstorms crossed the Cape, ending a sunny spring afternoon with the perfect dessert.
There are countless ways in which a day can become a “good day”. Today was a good day because I saw a very long cloud.
The Long Cloud from Manomet Point around 5:45 pm.