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Lenticular Clouds on Shelburne Moriah Mountain

Lenticular clouds are saucer shaped clouds that often precede rain. It’s not uncommon to see them over Mt Washington, known for its wild weather and high wind speeds, although you can never predict when they’ll form. I’d woken early and climbed Shelburne Moriah Mountain, a 3700? peak on the northern end of the Carter-Wildcat Mountain …            
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