During the dry season, we experience lots deep blue sky days. The few clouds we get make interesting forms and complement the skies. Often we get to see lenticular clouds around the volcanoes. I don’t know if we get more lenticular clouds during the rainy season or the dry season, for sure there are more obvious during la temporada seca. Does anyone know what causes the lenticular clouds around the volcanoes?
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