cumulonimbus definition

  • noun:
    • an exceptionally heavy, vertically created cumulus with a comparatively hazy overview and a glaciated top expanding to great heights, usually creating heavy rains, thunderstorms, or hailstorms.
    • A cloud, with a tall framework and a flat base, that is frequently associated with thunderstorms.
    • a dark cloud of great vertical extent faced with electrical energy; involving thunderstorms
    • a very heavy, vertically created cumulus with a relatively hazy outline and a glaciated top extending to great levels, typically making heavy rains, thunderstorms, or hailstorms.
    • A cloud, with a tall structure and a set base, that's often of thunderstorms.
    • a dark cloud of good straight level charged with electrical energy; related to thunderstorms

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