Crazy Wildwood Storm-Cloud Photos

If you were anywhere between Cape May and Wildwood around 8 pm last night, you would have noticed how the skies started to look dark.

It was around that time when shelf clouds started taking over the blue skies.

A shelf cloud, or what it’s really called, Arcus cloud, is a long wedge shape cloud that forms on the leading edge of a squall line or multi-cluster storm system.

The bottom line is these clouds create some scary-looking skies, something you would see out of an alien movie.

We had people post amazing photos of these clouds and so we decided to share them with you!

Check them out below!

Photos by Patrick D J Martin, Terry Gupko Swope, Mindy Garner, Sandy MacLeod

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