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Florida Cumulonimbus Cloud 1Cumulonimbus cloud forming near the Bahama Islands, as seen from the Florida coast.
Florida Cumulonimbus Cloud 2Cumulonimbus cloud forming near the Bahama Islands, as seen from the Florida coast.
Florida Stratocumulus Cloud 1Stratocumulus cloud forming on a sea breeze front coming into the eastern shore of Florida.
Florida Stratocumulus Cloud 2Stratocumulus cloud forming on a sea breeze front coming into the eastern shore of Florida.
Fractonimbus Development over MünchebergTurbulence in the nimbostratus clouds is beginning to shear off jagged pieces of the cloud, which are called fractus clouds.
Sky over the Eastern SudetesAltocumulus clouds above stratocumulus clouds.
Cumulus Cloud over HungaryCumulus congestus cloud over Budapest, Hungary.
Stratocumulus Clouds over PolandAs the heat of the sun decreases in the evening, updrafts caused by convection weaken and the clouds begins to spread horizontally.
Cumulus Clouds - Airplane ViewCumulus clouds forming as moist air is being pushed across the boundary between the troposphere and the stratosphere.
North Carolina Valley FogValley fog (radiation fog trapped by relief) in the Blue Ridge Mountains, near Asheville, North Carolina.
Iowa Valley FogValley fog (radiation fog trapped by relief) in the Des Moines River valley, near Boone, Iowa.
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