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Cumulonimbus clouds bring thunderstorms.

the weather that cumulonimbus brings is thunderstorms

Alike: They're both clouds. Different: Cirrus clouds usually bring fair weather and are wispy, like a horsetail or a feather. Cumulonimbus clouds usually bring thunderstorms and are dark, large clouds.

Many cumulonimbus clouds do bring hail, but most don't

Cumulonimbus bring showers and heavy rain, often with strong gusty winds. These clouds also can bring thunderstorms, hail, snow or tornadoes.

Cumulonimbus Clouds are generally known as thunderstorm clouds, they are associated with heavy rain, snow. hail and lightning

Cumulus clouds bring fair weather, with a hint of gray in their flat bases. They can possibly grow into cumulonimbus clouds, which bring heavy rain, thunder, and lightning.

Cumulus and cumulonimbus clouds often bring rain. Cirrus clouds do not. Stratus clouds rarely bring rain.

Cumulonimbus clouds often bring thunderstorms.

the clouds that bring rain are usally cumulonimbus clouds

Clouds that are dark on the bottom are likely cumulonimbus clouds. That word comes from cumulus and nimbus. Cumulus means light, or fluffy. They're the kind of clouds you look for shapes in. Nimbus means rain. So, fluffy rain clouds is a rough translation. Cumulonimbus clouds bring rain, and possibly a tornado if you live in that area. It might be a heavy rain or a harsh thunderstorm. Just get inside as fast as you can!

Typically Cumulonimbus clouds bring the heaviest rain.

Low-topped cumulonimbus clouds can easily bring thunderstorms. Tornadoes are less likely than in a high-topped storm, but are still possible. If you are referring to cumulonimbus clouds with a low base, then yes. In fact, tornadoes develop mor easily in low-based storms.

Here are a list of clouds that can make rain and/or snow:Altocumulus - can bring precipitationAltostratus - can bring rain or snowStratocumulus - can bring light rain or drizzleStratus - can bring minor precipitationNimbostratus - can bring constant precipitationCumulonimbus - can bring heavy rain, thunderstorms, or light showersContrary to popular belief, cumulus clouds do not make rain or snow. They can form together to make cumulonimbus clouds that can make rain or snow. Cumulus clouds can be a prediction of heavy weather to come if they appear at certain times of the day.Cumulus clouds are considered the 'fair weather' cloud, as they do not produce rain or snow on their own unless they form together into a cumulonimbus to do so.

thunderstorms and other intense weather. Cumulus humilis clouds, appearing as small or medium-sized puffy shapes in the sky, often occur in times of fair weather. However, cumulus clouds can grow into cumulonimbus clouds which may produce heavy rain, lightning, severe and strong winds, hail, and even tornadoes. Cumulus congestus clouds, which appear as relatively thin towers, will often grow into cumulonimbus storm clouds. Hope this helps

Cumulus clouds are generally fairly small and not very tall. These clouds typically have flat bottoms and billowing tops. They have weak updrafts and often indicate calm weather. Cumulonimbus clouds are large and usually very tall. They have strong updrafts and typically have flat bottoms and flat tops, forming an anvil shape. Cumulonimbus clouds bring thunderstorms.

A cumulonimbus cloud brings thunderstorms, cloudy, and rainy weather.

Heavy rain, often with strong gusty winds. Lightning and thunder will also usually occour. These clouds can also make hail and tornadoes.

Wet weather. The cloud is particularly dark and cold.

cumulus clouds can bring good or bad weather. if there is alot of convection, the cloud will grow taller and develope into cumulus congestus then to cumulonimbus. this brings thunderstorms. however, sometimes the air is very stable so cumulus clouds flatten to cumulus humilis and stay the "fair weather cumulus" clouds everyone loves

usually thunderstorms, maybe tornadoes (not likely).

Cold weather front have low pressure air and rain/snow/hail/tornadoes and even hurricanes depending on location. Cold fronts bring huge, towering, billowing clouds [Cumulonimbus] that bring thunderstorms. Warm weather fronts bring gentle precipitation and high pressure air. Warm weather fronts also bring sheetlike clouds [Stratus] and wispy clouds [Cirrus] On the other hand, when there is no front, puffy white clouds [Cumulus] come on fair sunny days.

Cumulus clouds bring good weather and mabye a light shower.

Cirrus clouds bring fair weather which is good for being out doors.

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