While in Holland we saw how both regular clouds and storm clouds are made. Observe below.
Regular white fluffy clouds are being produced. It is so that Holland can have the classic cloudy European look.
We experienced days of clear weather and so it was nessecary that storm clouds then be produced to ensure rain would occur. You can see the transormation from white to dark.
And here are what the wind turbines are actually used for – directing which way the clouds drift. All the re-newable energy stuff is a con 🙂
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So that’s what those turbines are for!
They sure are 🙂