And all of a sudden, the sky went dark!
Look at the amazing moment the sky goes dark as an omnious shelf cloud moves over Chicago! That’s scary!
On September 21, 2016, in the morning, a terrifying shelf cloud darkened the sky over Chicago, Illinois within seconds.
Now look at the color of these clouds… Creepy!
A shelf cloud is a low, horizontal wedge-shaped cloud, associated with a thunderstorm gust front – or occasionally with a cold front.
A rising cloud motion often can be seen in the leading part of the shelf cloud, while the underside often appears turbulent, boiling, and wind-torn.
The light is gone:
And the light fades away…
Shelf clouds are low-hanging, horizontal cloud features attached to the front side of lines of storms or even a single storm. Usually there isn’t any persistent rotation on a vertical axis within shelf clouds or within individual cloud fragments that extend downward from the shelf cloud, therefore they are just another scary-looking cloud.
Shelf clouds often resemble snow plows, big waves or tsunamis and can be very scary-looking since they are usually low-hanging. Sometimes they may found only a couple hundred feet above the ground.
WOW! This apocalyptical cloud makes me think of what Judgement Day will be when the Lord comes.
Credit to strangesounds.org