Man-o-Manischewitz! That makes me feel all Georgia O'Keefe-ie!!
It looks like furrows, true, but that is actually called a mackerel sky, and indicates a weather change traditionally. Quote "Some sailors believe that a mackerel sky meant changing weather conditions. Check out the rhymes. “Mackerel sky, not twenty-four hours dry” and “Mares' tails and mackerel scales make lofty ships to carry low sails” both refer to this long-recognized phenomenon." from Breakdown: Why a Mackerel Sky occurswww.wmcactionnews5.com › 2018/12/14 › breakdown-w... ~crofter
In the desert, the existence of any kind of clouds at all means there has been a weather change.