Fallstreak hole graces West Michigan skies

Rockford, MI (WOOD) — Did you see it? A spectacular cloud formation, known as a fallstreak hole, opened up over the skies of Greenville and metro-Grand Rapids Friday.

HOW DO THEY FORM?

Atmospheric conditions were just right on Friday for a fallstreak hole to spread across the sky. These are also known as a “hole punch” cloud, since it looks like a perfect hole has been punched out of a cloud layer.

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