Nimbus Clouds


Nimbus clouds are the very dark storm clouds that have precipitation. These clouds are typically present in different forms to form thunderstorms. They can be mixed with other forms of clouds to create the different types of thunderstorm clouds. Nimbus describes the part of the cloud that is precipitating.



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