Large UFO-shaped cloud in California reminds twitter of ‘Nope’.
This time, it’s a massive cloud in the shape of a flying saucer that has been sighted.
Such clouds have occurred over Palm Desert’s Living Desert Zoo and Gardens.
Large UFO-shaped cloud in California reminds twitter of ‘Nope’. This time, it’s a massive cloud in the shape of a flying saucer that has been sighted outside of Palm Springs, California. Interestingly, it resembled the unknown extraterrestrial species from the movie ‘Nope’ which was released in 2022.
When he and his family discovered the life-like work on Tuesday afternoon, screenwriter Brian Lynch turned to social media to share a photo of it. “It was looming over us… “My son thought that was incredibly cool,” Lynch added. He also tweeted the picture and tagged Jordan Peele, who wrote and directed ‘Nope’.
The stunning photograph astounded internet users, who began filling the comment section with “NOPE” remarks. “NOPE!!” said the official IMAX account. “lol nOpe!” exclaimed another person.
Dr. James Danoff-Burg, director of conservation at the Living Desert Zoo and Gardens in Palm Desert, said he noticed the show while giving tourists a tour. He also stated that it was a lenticular cloud that resembled “stacked pancakes,” rather than an extraterrestrial object. “That day was exceptional as we had one that was stacked three levels high – a rarity,” Danoff-Burg remarked. He went on to say that they looked “quite spectacular.”
Meanwhile, clouds like this have appeared above the zoo’s natural area before. These lenticular clouds are generated by wind blowing across hills and mountains during the winter months. “You have to have a wind that’s very uniform in one direction,” National Weather Service meteorologist Cindy Palmer told the SFGATE last year. “As it’s moving over the mountain and the way the airlifts, the moisture condenses and forms the clouds,” she explained.