thunderstorm cell

thunderstorm cell

[′thən·dər‚stȯrm ‚sel]
(meteorology)
The convection cell of a cumulonimbus cloud.
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From the Arabic meaning wind, a haboob occurs when the front of a thunderstorm cell presses down to create a large swirl of dust.
MultiScan ThreatTrack alerts pilots to significant threats adjacent to or above a thunderstorm cell, beyond standard hail and lightning predictions.
Thunderstorm cell that darkened the skies of the capital before while, covers Al Ain skies now.
For example, the systemas advanced capabilities go beyond hail and lightning prediction within a thunderstorm cell and alerts pilots to these significant threats adjacent to the cell.
About 100 miles from home, we could see a huge thunderstorm cell had formed south of the field and was moving north, hindering our recovery.
In the case of Orlando, real-time severe weather information and weather radar can be overlaid onto a detailed map of the city, and may be used to determine, for example, the precise location of a particularly dangerous thunderstorm cell that is producing heavy lightning and/or rain.
Radar images quickly showed what happened: the aircraft flew directly into a developing thunderstorm cell.
The tanker crew stated this was merely a passing thunderstorm cell and would clear out by our arrival.
While the Bonanza was en route at 10,000 feet, ATC advised its pilot of a significant thunderstorm cell 10 miles in front of him, extending 30 miles.
MultiScan ThreatTrack goes beyond hail and lightning prediction within a thunderstorm cell and alerts pilots to these significant threats adjacent to or above the cell.