Fans of extra terrestrial bodies misconstrue strange clouds for prodigious spaceships

ALIENS ARE COMING.

Fans of extra terrestrial bodies misconstrue strange clouds for prodigious spaceships.

On Tuesday morning, fans of extra terrestrial bodies reported on the internet what they saw that seemed to be a flying saucer.

An Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) was seen floating over a hot and humid city, but was later found to be only a cloud in the sky.

Fans of extra terrestrial bodies misconstrue strange clouds for prodigious spaceships

Alien spotters browsed the internet after they saw what seemed like a saucer flying over Dublin city of Ireland in the early hours of Tuesday. However, these extra terrestrial fans were disappointed after they realized that it was just an extra terrestrial cloud.

A student by name Carla Whelan, 18 years of age uploaded photographs of the lenticular cloud, a martian cloud, according to the meteorology office, which is not an indication of an impending invasion.

Fans of extra terrestrial bodies misconstrue strange clouds for prodigious spaceships

The clouds were formed after speedy, moist air flows right into a mountain and forcefully moves upwards and then condenses while moving downwards.

Carla said she first sighted the cloud some minutes to 11 in the morning and it grew bigger as time went on. She thought it was a tornado but later believed it was a sign that aliens were coming.

Colly Murray said the bizarre looking cloud was above Dublin that morning. He thought it was a space ship but thought otherwise when he considered the texture; describing it as candy floss. He further said that its structure changed really quickly. Sean Connolly added that there was a cloud hovering above Dublin and called it a UFO and he cannot be fooled by it.

The sweltering city of Dublin is presently experiencing the heat wave that has caused the temperature of the day to rise in the United Kingdom to as high as 23 degrees Centigrade as forecasted by the Met office for the Irish capital on Tuesday.

News source: Mirror