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Newbie to weather observing here!

I observed these amazing clouds which I believe to be altocumulus (May be wrong!), however a section appears to have a hole burnt into it with a different type of cloud inside it (second pic). Does anyone know why this and what causes it?

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I have only seen a 'hole-punch' cloud once here, or two? lol They look great though.

Oct 10th 2016:

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Snap, same day, same fallout streak hole probably, taken from Poole DSC_0588.thumb.JPG.9beb91c158c3a69321d6cfa5cbf7722e.JPGDSC_0589.thumb.JPG.ff3373d5ce060361f72b24887b9bc868.JPG

On 09/12/2018 at 14:44, Mapantz said:

I have only seen a 'hole-punch' cloud once here, or two? lol They look great though.

Oct 10th 2016:

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