Golden Streaks

One of the advantages of night shifts in the office park is seeing quiet sunrises from high atop, when time permits a quick break to zip on up.  Fortunately that was the case here, as two rooftop observers were blessed with this sight:  a streaky plume of convective cirrus, producing a small mammatus belt and trailing virga across the northeastern sky, spotlit by a slit of sunlight evading cloud cover in the southeast.

Norman OK (14 Dec 17) Looking NE
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