What is that strange shape in the sky of Santa Cruz de Tenerife?

The sky sometimes gives us dreamy sunsets and strangely shaped clouds that allow our minds to imagine what they look like. In Tenerife, for example, it is common to glimpse those known as lenticular on the Teide peak, a phenomenon that usually happens at high altitudes in mountainous areas and isolated from other clouds.

At a much lower altitude, specifically from a street located in the center of Santa Cruz, a reader of DIARIO DE AVISOS has spotted a curious cloud this Monday. “Maybe it’s not that weird and it’s just me, but it does seem so to me“, he pointed to this newspaper, shortly after having immortalized her with his mobile phone.

The truth is that with an orange touch, this cloud takes on a shape similar to a fireball that descends on the capital. Fortunately, it is not.

Strange cloud in Santa Cruz de Tenerife. GIVES
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Deborah Acker

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