Mornings of late have featured isolated builds of cumulus and cumulonimbus, everything from congestus to castellanus and capilatus incus. All photos are from the Palikir campus of the College of Micronesia-FSM on Pohnpei.

Aye, there be a temperature up there, me matey!

Early morning post-dawn sun lit up this top directly overhead early in the morning. Spectacular. Always remember to look up once in a while. Just a hint of a pileus at the very crown of the cloud.

A tower building west of campus while low level fractus scud slides into the top of the frame.
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