I was driving along I70 in Kansas when I saw something unique up in the sky. Now we all know that Kansas' weather is rather peculiar. Dorothy, Toto, and all that Oz. So I was casting my eyes about for some triangular or cone shaped dust flying pattern, when I saw this incredible, astoundingly flat, grey cloudy sky. It was so flat, that I feel like looking at a dirty greyish ceiling, rather than clouds.
After a few more miles, though, an even more interesting thing appear: a big hole up in the sky. It was localised. Whatever could possibly cause clouds to disappear at one spot? I looked to a faraway right and saw another hole in the sky. Could a big town be causing those?