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The species is Stratocumuls undulatus Sc un. They can form for example when cold, dry air moves over a warmer ground layer. A sharp wind shear at the boundary layer blows these waves. (Wikipedia on Sc). They are not to be confused with Sc radiatus or yet another form, the so-called "cloud streets", which form along the wind direction.


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