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For the first time in 30 years, scientists, meteorologists, sky watchers and cloud lovers names for 12 'new' cloud formations. The International Cloud Atlas has 'new' types of cloud for the first time since 1987. The atlas has been cloud formations since 1896. It is considered to the standard and most authoritative reference tool on clouds. The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) now it and has the final say on whether or not to new clouds and cloud features. The WMO said you don't to be an expert to a new cloud. A spokesman said anyone can a photo and send it to the WMO, and that could recognized one day as a new cloud.

The new addition creating the biggest buzz online is asperitas, meaning 'rough-like' in Latin. It like the tossing of the waves at sea when from below. Another is the volutus. This a low, horizontal, tube-shaped cloud mass that looks like it is . The WMO said the attention the new clouds are could increase people's interest in the environment. It said: "The value of the atlas that it our attention to the sky and by learning the name of the formations…we attention to and value what we see around us." It added: "By giving a language to the forms of our atmosphere, we are people to our atmosphere and to pay attention to our impact on it."

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