cloud bar

cloud bar

[′klau̇d ‚bär]
(meteorology)
A heavy bank of clouds that appears on the horizon with the approach of an intense tropical cyclone (hurricane or typhoon); it is the outer edge of the central cloud mass of the storm.
Any long, narrow, unbroken line of cloud, such as a crest cloud or an element of billow cloud.
References in classic literature ?
The western sun in the opposite sky sent out a brilliant shaft through a couple of cloud bars, whereupon Daisy's companion took her parasol out of her hands and opened it.
Summary: With the cloud bar constantly being raised, where do we go from here?
The St Cloud bar at the Knickerbocker Hotel offers a unique, top-down view of Times Square - if you can handle the chill.
After an interesting tour of the city's ghostly past, we were ready for a glass of wine and enjoyed just that at The Cloud Bar in Lincoln's Uphill area, only a few minutes from the cathedral.