Massive Lenticular Cloud Appears Over Lake Tahoe

We’re used to seeing lenticular cloud shows over Mount Shasta, which may happen three to four times a month, but it’s much more rare to see over Lake Tahoe. Locals guesstimate that lenticulars appear over the lake maybe three times a year, making Sunday’s cloud formation that much more exciting.

Onlookers witnessed a giant lenticular cloud over Lake Tahoe during a beautiful sunset on Sunday evening, giving the area one of the best cloud shows they’ve seen in years.

Let’s see some of the photos from the event:

Lake Tahoe remains one of the most beautiful destinations in the world, and my goodness, this lenticular cloud is absolutely amazing. Enjoy it while you can, because it’s not a common occurrence.

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