Examples of convective clouds – how to distinguish them visually


Cumulonimbus capillatus incus. The cloud again displays large vertical development. Lightning activity indicates freezing level was reached in the upper part of the cloud, therefore it is a cumulonimbus. The top is developed into a distinct and sharp anvil shape, hence capillatus incus. Photo: Sandro Puncet.

no images were found

You may also like...