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wiirocku: “Lightning illuminates a cumulonimbus cloud over Corio Bay, Victoria, Australia ” ♥

Australian weather calendar: lightning illuminates a cumulonimbus cloud over Corio Bay, Victoria

Amazing calendar shows weather to gasp at

Australian weather calendar: lightning illuminates a cumulonimbus cloud over Corio Bay, Victoria

‘A Colossal Cumulonimbus Flashes Over The Pacific Ocean As We Circle Around It At 37000 Feet En Route To South America’

‘A Colossal Cumulonimbus Flashes Over The Pacific Ocean As We Circle Around It At 37000 Feet En Route To South America’

Use cloud types to identify different weather patterns.  Have students write their own "folktales" to remember.

Forecast the Weather Using Clouds

Use cloud types to identify different weather patterns. Have students write their own "folktales" to remember.

Cloud atlas #cumulonimbus #cloud #cityscape #bucharest #skyporn #blue

Cloud atlas #cumulonimbus #cloud #cityscape #bucharest #skyporn #blue

Cumulonimbus cloud at sunset. (Was this PSed to add elfen-looking face, ears and pointy chin with a wispy beard, or do I just have a vivid imagination? DS)

Cumulonimbus cloud at sunset. (Was this PSed to add elfen-looking face, ears and pointy chin with a wispy beard, or do I just have a vivid imagination? DS)

Mammatus Cloud Phenomenon ~ Amazing | Most often associated with the anvil cloud and also severe thunderstorms. They often extend from the base of a cumulonimbus, but may also be found under altocumulus, altostratus, stratocumulus, and cirrus clouds, as well as volcanic ash clouds.

Mammatus Cloud Phenomenon ~ Amazing | Most often associated with the anvil cloud and also severe thunderstorms. They often extend from the base of a cumulonimbus, but may also be found under altocumulus, altostratus, stratocumulus, and cirrus clouds, as well as volcanic ash clouds.

A cumulonimbus incus (Latin incus, "anvil") also known as an anvil cloud is a cumulonimbus cloud which has reached the level of stratospheric stability and has formed the characteristic flat, anvil-top shape. A cumulonimbus incus means that the thunderstorm is in its mature stage, succeeding the preceding cumulonimbus calvus stage. Cumulonimbus capillatus is a sub-form of cumulonimbus incus

A cumulonimbus incus (Latin incus, "anvil") also known as an anvil cloud is a cumulonimbus cloud which has reached the level of stratospheric stability and has formed the characteristic flat, anvil-top shape. A cumulonimbus incus means that the thunderstorm is in its mature stage, succeeding the preceding cumulonimbus calvus stage. Cumulonimbus capillatus is a sub-form of cumulonimbus incus

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