Cumulonimbus clouds

Cumulonimbus clouds are large, towering clouds that can reach heights of over 10 miles (16 kilometers). These clouds are often referred to as thunderclouds because they are often accompanied by thunder and lightning. Cumulonimbus clouds are also responsible for producing heavy rain and sometimes even hail. But how do cumulonimbus clouds form? Cumulonimbus clouds form when warm, moist air rises quickly through the atmosphere. As the air rises, it cools, and the moisture condenses into visible clouds. This process is known as convection.For cumulonimbus clouds to form, there must be a sufficient amount of moisture in the air and a

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