What are some facts about cumulonimbus clouds?


A cumulonimbus cloud is a vertical towering cloud that is dense, very tall and results to thunderstorms and other inclement weather. These clouds are formed due to instability in the atmospheric condition.
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5 to 8 miles or 8 to13 kilometers.
Cb - Cumulonimbus cloud, characterized by strong vertical development in the form of mountains or huge towers topped at least partially by a smooth, flat, often fibrous anvil. Also
Cumulonimbus (Cb) is a towering vertical cloud
Towering Cumulus Stage: The first stage is the towering cumulus stage, or growth stage. The warm, moist air rises and cools, eventually condensing into a cumulus cloud. As condensation
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A cumulonimbus cloud is a cloud that usually seen during thunderstorms or heavy rains. They are normally thick and tall and can be found in altitudes from 6,500 to 60,000 feet
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