most likely light rain or snow showers
Cumulus clouds generally indicate fair weather.
Cumulus clouds usually indicate fair weather.
Depends which type of cumulus.... cumulonimbus is thunderstorm clouds, regular cumulus clouds are the white puffy clouds that have no precipitation
Cumulus clouds bring good weather and mabye a light shower.
The type of weather associated with cumulus clouds is nice. These clouds are often called fair weather clouds, because they usually indicate pleasant weather.
Cumulus clouds are usually associated with fair weather.The type of cloud that is most closely associated with fair weather is a cirrus cloud. These white clouds are wispy and light, often blown by strong winds.stratusCumulus CloudsCumulus Clouds-have flat bottoms and often indicate fair weatherThe cloud type that indicated fair weather is most commonly cirrus clouds. These are wispy, light clouds that are thinly spread across the sky.cumuluscumulusThink its cumulus but im not sure.Good luck :)Cirrus clouds and Cumulus clouds.Cumulus
Cumulus clouds bring fair weather as they are forming. As the cumulus clouds grow upwards, they turn in to thunderstorm clouds, producing light to moderate rain.
cumulusThe type of cloud is cumulus cloud because it has a flat bottom surface. Cumulus clouds bring clear weather.
They usually bring fair weather, but if they darken they will precipitate
Cumulus clouds are puffy. They have flat bottoms and are low in the sky. Cumulus clouds usually mean fair weather. Cumulus clouds are a type of cloud with noticeable vertical development and clearly defined edges.Cumulus clouds are often precursors of other types of clouds, such as cumulonimbus, when influenced by weather factors such as instability, moisture, and temperature gradient. Cumulonimbus clouds may be associated with phenomena such as landspouts, waterspouts and tornadoes.
Strato Cumulous clouds bring rainy weather. But Cumulous clouds alone mean perfect weather, because usually they are white and there is no sign of rain or a thunderstorm.
Cumulus clouds usually don't produce precipitation, but occasionally produce rain or, in colder weather, snow.
on thursday there was a cumulus cloud . this cloud are also called fair weather cloud this clouds have very flat bases
Cumulus clouds form when warm air rises, expands, and cools. Cumulus clouds are masses of puffy white clouds that usually have thunderstorms following them. Cumulus clouds are one of the 3 types of main clouds. The 3 main types of clouds are stratus, cumulus, and cirrus.
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stratus clouds are the lowest clouds but cumulus clouds are the white fluffy ones cumulus clouds turn into cumbulimbous clouds when filled but with rain. The only problem is cumulus clouds are not found low!
Ice crystals and snow pellets are the types pf precipitation that would likely be from the falling cumulus clouds with a ground air temperature of 14 C.
It depends on what cumulus type you are talking about. Cumulus humilis clouds are 'fatter' than they are tall. This is what people would usually refer to if they say just 'cumulus'. These are the clouds you see in the morning, and all also called fair weather clouds. You normally see a cumulus humilis cloud at an altitude of 2,000 to 3,500 feet. (600-1,050 m) Cumulus mediocris clouds are an alternate version of the humilis version. These clouds are taller than they are fat. You normally see a cumulus humilis cloud at an altitude of 2,000 to 4,000 feet. (600-1,200 m) Cumulus congestus clouds are the only cumulus clouds that produce substantial precipitation. When you hear someone saying '"cumulus clouds can produce precipitation"', they refer to these clouds. You normally see a cumulus congestus cloud at an altitude of 2,000 to 20,000 feet. (600-6,000 m). If you want to know what my reference is, it is a book called "Weather", by William J. Burroughs, Bob Crowder, Ted Robertson, Eleanor Vallier-Talbot, and Richard Whitaker.
Cumulus means "heap" or "pile" in Latin. They are often described as "puffy" or "cotton-like" in appearance. Cumulus clouds may appear alone, in lines, or in clusters.The most intense cumulus and cumulonimbus clouds may be associated with severe weather such as tornadoes, hail and waterspouts.If the top of the cumulus cloud reaches above the altitude where the temperature is at or below the freezing level, then precipitation from the cloud is possible. The temperature of the air at ground level will determine if this falls as rain or snow.
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