Cotton Candy Clouds in Singapore - Jan 2021



The sky is fascinating when you look up.

Once in a while, you might see something interesting up there.

This morning, while out on a jog at Marina Barrage, I had the chance to look up and caught these beautiful fluffy clouds that resembled cotton candy. While it may not be as unique as the Rainbow Ring over the Sun of 2020, it is still a pretty sight.


Let the photos speak for itself.


According to the National Environment Agency's (NEA) Meteorological Service Singapore (MSS), these are altocumulus clouds. They usually come from the remnants of a convective system such as a thunderstorm. While they do not produce rain, they often a signal of a change in weather.

We wonder what other changes will there be up in the sky for 2021.

We will be looking up!











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