John Baxter snapped this photo of mammatus clouds in the New Concord sky, just after sunset Monday, June 6. Mammatus clouds are characterized as having hanging "pouches" from the cloud's base. The cloud can sometimes indicate an oncoming serve thunderstorm.
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