cumulonimbus capillatus cloud

cumulonimbus capillatus cloud

[¦kyü·myə·lō′nim·bəs kap·ə′lad·əs ‚klau̇d]
(meteorology)
A species of cumulonimbus cloud characterized by the presence of distinct cirriform parts, frequently in the form of an anvil, a plume, or a vast and more or less disorderly mass of hair, and usually accompanied by a thunderstorm.
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