The BBC reported Thursday that a cloud that totally looked kind of like a hat was spotted over Japan Wednesday morning.
The cloud, identified in the BBC's headline as a "rare hat-shaped cloud" appeared in the sky near Mt. Fuji after a typhoon swept through the region.
Like many a hat, the cloud had sort of a tall cylindrical middle part and also a wide bit, like a brim, stuck near the very bottom. Unlike most hats, the cloud was giant and made of cloud things and not technically a hat.
According to the BBC's Peter Dobbie, the cloud was likely caused by the typhoon, though it's hard not to infer that God's millinerial tastes might also have played a role.
The cloud, which one could be forgiven for mistaking for a hat, disappeared after around thirty minutes, when, Dobbie ominously intones, "the sky…became…overcast."