Did You See It? Strange Phenomenon Happens North of Pampa
The Texas Panhandle is a very unique part of the world, where very unique things happen.
We have so many different things here in the Texas Panhandle. We have land as flat and as far as the eye can see, yet we have a giant canyon in the middle of it all.
This area even though it is brown most of the year and people say it's ugly, it truly is a beautiful sight to see. In fact, we have some of the most amazing phenomena happening in our area. Yes, some phenomena include a bunch of UFO sightings, but we have had many other things happen in our area.
About two months ago, someone snapped a picture of a weather phenomenon that happened north of Pampa. Weird things always happen in Pampa, it's a weird town (I'm just kidding, or am I? 😂).
OK so maybe it isn't a weather phenomenon. It's fog on the ground or low-level clouds. I'm not a meteorologist, but what I do know for sure, it's an amazingly beautiful sight. It's something that one doesn't see around the Texas Panhandle every day. It looks like someone topped the land with a tub of whipped topping.
One explanation I found about this wave of clouds flowing over this piece of land was:
One Reddit user described the sight as:
Looks like someone put a [expletive deleted]load of dish soap in a fountain.
Other comments included:
It looks like an avalanche.
It looks like the end of the world.
Cotton mountains, I love the imagination in that description. Then end of the world? Eh, probably not, but now I can't stop thinking about the movie The Mist. Ahhhhhh, run!!!!
Whatever you see in this picture and what comes to mind, it is a beautiful phenomenon.
It's almost as if a master artist and their paintbrush painted the most beautiful scene.