The researcher explained that within the puffy cumulus clouds
, tiny ice particles are formed.
The vertical range resolution of 20 m makes the HCR ideal for observing stratocumulus and cumulus clouds
and their associated precipitation structures.
Moist air, containing water vapor, retains its heat and releases it that vapor condenses, usually into cumulus clouds
. The heat of condensation--a corollary to evaporative cooling--adds heat energy that warms the air so it continues to rise, creating more lift, which results in more cooling and condensation.
Tilt--Leaning cumulus or towering cumulus clouds
suggests wind shear between the lower and upper troposphere, and possible severe weather.--TV
There will be fresh and light northwesterly winds in the west accompanied with dust during the day with a drop in temperatures and the appearance of some cumulus clouds
in the east and over the mountains in the afternoon.
Do the same for the cumulus clouds
(small, fluffy, white) and stratus clouds (low, flat, gray).
MTU's Prof Raymond Shaw, and the NCAR team studied the smallest part of clouds--water droplets--by flying airplanes, fitted with a Holodec instrument, through fluffy 'cotton ball' cumulus clouds
in Wyoming and Colorado.
Give me, rather, Smallwood's nature poem: "Cumulus clouds
fly the sky today: / queens of optimism, / delight of dreamers." For I'm one who, in reading poetry, likes to dream a little.
- These are detached cauliflower shaped clouds usually spotted in fair weather.
are white and fluffy like cotton wool and hang low in the sky.
Her garden is younger than mine but when her magnolias are in bloom it is like walking through cumulus clouds
They spotted large cumulus clouds
, the best type for cloud-seeding over the target reservoir.