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Low clouds: Cumulonimbus 1
Illustration of cumulonimbus clouds, tall, dense, and involved in thunderstorms and other intense weather. Cumulonimbus means "column rain" in Latin. It is a result of atmospheric instability. These clouds can form alone, in clusters, or along a cold front in a squall line. They create lightning through the heart of the cloud. Cumulonimbus storm cells can produce heavy rain (particularly of a convective nature) and flash flooding, as well as straight-line winds.

Low clouds: Cumulonimbus 1 Illustration of cumulonimbus clouds, tall, dense, and involved in thunderstorms and other intense weather. Cumulonimbus means "column rain" in Latin. It is a result of atmospheric instability. These clouds can form alone, in clusters, or along a cold front in a squall line. They create lightning through the heart of the cloud. Cumulonimbus storm cells can produce heavy rain (particularly of a convective nature) and flash flooding, as well as straight-line winds. symbol,vector,illustration,meteorology,climate,weather,atmosphere,sky,storm,rain,squall,flood,wind

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Low clouds: Cumulonimbus 1
Illustration of cumulonimbus clouds, tall, dense, and involved in thunderstorms and other intense weather. Cumulonimbus means "column rain" in Latin. It is a result of atmospheric instability. These clouds can form alone, in clusters, or along a cold front in a squall line. They create lightning through the heart of the cloud. Cumulonimbus storm cells can produce heavy rain (particularly of a convective nature) and flash flooding, as well as straight-line winds.
Low clouds: Cumulonimbus 1 Illustration of cumulonimbus clouds, tall, dense, and involved in thunderstorms and other intense weather. Cumulonimbus means "column rain" in Latin. It is a result of atmospheric instability. These clouds can form alone, in clusters, or along a cold front in a squall line. They create lightning through the heart of the cloud. Cumulonimbus storm cells can produce heavy rain (particularly of a convective nature) and flash flooding, as well as straight-line winds. symbol,vector,illustration,meteorology,climate,weather,atmosphere,sky,storm,rain,squall,flood,wind Low clouds: Stratus 1 Illustration of stratus clouds, meaning layer or blanket in Latin. Characterized by horizontal layering with a uniform base. Flat, featureless clouds of low altitude varying in color from dark gray to nearly white obscuring the disk of the sun. Essentially above-ground fog formed either through the lifting of morning fog or when cold air moves at low altitudes over a region. symbol,vector,illustration,meteorology,climate,weather,atmosphere,sky,fog Low clouds: Cumulus 1 Illustration of a cumulus cloud, a cloud with noticeable vertical development and clearly defined edges. Cumulus means "heap" or "pile" in Latin. They are often described as "puffy" or "cotton-like" in appearance. Cumulus clouds typically form when warm air rises and reaches a level of comparatively cool air, where the moisture in the air condenses. This usually happens through convection, where a parcel of air is warmer than the surrounding air. symbol,vector,illustration,meteorology,climate,weather,atmosphere,sky Moon: waning crescent Illustration of the moon undergoing phases; waning (decreasing in size) crescent (name of shape), heading towards a new moon. symbol,vector,illustration,meteorology,atmosphere,sky,tide,tidal,effect,moon,lunar,space,night Moon: waxing gibbous Illustration of the moon undergoing phases; waxing (increasing in size) gibbous (name of shape), heading towards a full moon. symbol,vector,illustration,meteorology,atmosphere,sky,tide,tidal,effect,moon,lunar,space,night Amphidinium operculatum (Dinoflagellate) Illustration of Amphidinium operculatum (Dinoflagellate) , an epi-benthic/epiphytic algae that is considered toxic and linked to ciguatera toxins. symbol,vector,illustration,microalgae,algae,Amphidinium,operculatum,Dinoflagellate,Protozoa,Dinoflagellata,Dinophyceae,Dinophyta,Gymnodiniales,A. operculatum
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Filename:ian-symbol-low-clouds-cumulonimbus-1.svg
Album name:christine.thurber / Meteorology/Climate
Keywords: symbol, vector, illustration, meteorology, climate, weather, atmosphere, sky, storm, rain, squall, flood, wind
Author Name:Tracey Saxby
Author Company:Integration and Application Network
Date created (MM/DD/YYYY):06/27/2005
Media Type:Vector Graphic
File Size:153 KB
Date added:Apr 21, 2010
Dimensions:339 x 501 pixels
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