Top Ten Signs of Bad Weather in Cloud FormationsCamaro6 Read the title.
I didn’t put the obvious up here (cumulonimbus variations) because they are, well, obvious. I wanted to use cloud types that are NOT obvious.
However, if you want to put obvious stuff up here, that’s perfectly fine.
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Means bad weather, showers in the afternoon. Caused by the sun’s light reflecting off of the water vapor in the clouds. - Camaro6
Warns of a possible incoming front - Camaro6
Can also warn of an incoming front, or possibly a hurricane, depending on the speed/velocity of the cloud, the thickness of the cloud, and the texture/color of the cloud. - Camaro6
The reason I have this up here and don’t have cumulus humilius is because with Mediocris, you have a higher chance of storms in the afternoon, depending on when you see these clouds. If it is already noon, and the convection, humidity, and warmth is not high, then chances are it will not progress to cumulonimbus stage. However, if this cloud begins to form with high humidity, convection, and heat, in the mid-morning, then chances of a cumulonimbus stage is much higher. - Camaro6
Cirrostratus at night, basically. - Camaro6
If I correctly remember, the sign means:
1) yellow-ish halo: rain
2) pink-ish/red-ish halo: strong winds - Metal_Treasure
Yes, you are correct. The strength of the color and thickness determines the severity of the rain/strong winds as well. - Camaro6
Can warn of an incoming front/hurricane. - Camaro6
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