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AVIATION WEATHER
CHAPTER TWO
they have no precipitation and do not constitute an icing hazard. Severe or extreme turbulence is
often found in the anvil cirrus of thunderstorms.
Figure 2-16 Cirrus Clouds
Special Clouds with Extensive Vertical Development
This category consists of towering cumulus and cumulonimbus clouds. The base of these clouds
is found at the low to middle cloud heights and their tops extend through the high cloud category.
Figure 2-17 shows cumulonimbus clouds.
Figure 2-17 Cumulonimbus Clouds
Atmospheric Mechanics of Winds, Clouds and Moisture, and Atmospheric Stability
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