MANSFIELD, Ohio -- A round of thunderstorms made for dramatic sky scenes across north-central Ohio Wednesday evening.
Several viewers captured video of mammatus clouds as the skies turned colors around sunset.
Mammatus clouds are identified by their trademark bumps.
They are most commonly found drooping from the underside of a cumulonimbus cloud’s anvil as the cloud reaches a later stage of development, but they can also accompany non-severe weather.
They are also usually a sign of strong turbulence.
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