Have you heard of cloud streets? NASA says:
They are long parallel bands of cumulus clouds that form when cold air blows over warmer waters and a warmer air layer (temperature inversion) rests over the top of both.
The image above is from NASA’s Aqua satellite. It shows cloud streets over the Sea of Okhotsk, on the edge of Russia, to the north of Japan.
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