This is in Tazewell VA. Just an unfortunate shot angle.
Clouds are heavy. They really are.
I mean, they’re water, that’s all –
8.34 pounds per gallon, that’s all.
According to scientists – thus spake Googlethustra –
Your standard cumulus cloud weighs in at 1.1 million pounds.
120,000 gallons of water, give or take a quart or two.
Looming overhead. If it all came crashing
(Hahaha! “Cloud crashing”…a concept)
Down, it’d do more than just mist your glasses.
And then some.
Keep a wary eye on that cloud…