In case you missed it, there is move afoot to enter a new cloud-type classification based on someone’s observation of an unusual looking cloud formation. Here’s the link to AP article: http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5jr_JYe1yoQG3-SfHL7U8rYlNs4eAD98OMNBG2
My opinion… this is not necessary. Cloud classifications were established long ago to cover all combinations of cloud types. There is no need to add a new one, since there is nothing new here.
Posted by Jim Duncan