Cumulonimbus Clouds

Cumulonimbus Clouds are a type of vertically developed cumulus cloud. They are often capped by an anvil-shaped cirriform cloud. They can be part of a severe weather process, and are frequently  accompanied by heavy showers, lightning, thunder. They are sometimes accompanied by hail, tornadoes or strong, gusty winds.
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