The 18th of October brought some interesting cloud formations our way. I went online to try and see what type they were and I think they are Mammatus clouds.
Our camera wasn't that great at capturing the huge bubbles on the bottom of the cloud. It was kind of like a funnel cloud but round.
Mammatus clouds have billowing, sagging, pouch-like formations beneath the cloud base and in the mid-west they are often times associated with severe weather systems (or so the NOAA website said).
Here in California it was very cool to see.