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cloud

(klowd),
Adjective applied to patients, adults or babies, who spread methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus into their surroundings in excessive nasal secretions resulting from viral upper respiratory infection.
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In these areas, heavy cumulonimbus clouds will also form, causing rain showers and thunderstorms, with chances of hail.
"Thundersnow occurs when there is sufficient convection in the clouds producing snow to form a cumulonimbus cloud, which is a cloud producing thunder and lightning along with the snow as well.
He climbed to 9500 feet but encountered what he described as cumulonimbus clouds and light icing.
Sensational Koyaanisqaatsi vibe on iPod in a jampacked Bold Street, and even better out on Crosby beachwith the tide out and scudding cumulonimbus overhead.
The mother of all cloud dramas ( the Cumulonimbus. This beast of a cloud is the thunderstorm.
But when levels of charge in cumulonimbus clouds--distinctive anvil-shaped formations created from rising bubbles of warm, moist air--build to the order of millions of volts, the atmosphere breaks down violently as the air is instantaneously heated to about 30,000[degrees]C.
Today, a cold front will pass through the country, with unstable air masses and development of cumulus and cumulonimbus clouds.
PAGASA weather forecaster Fernando Cada said the convective activity brought about by intense heat triggered the formation of more cumulonimbus clouds or dark clouds associated with thunderstorms that bring rains.
"Low pressure associated with high temperatures in the area led to the formation of convective clouds, and these then developed into cumulonimbus clouds.
Whenever I read about people living, or sometimes dying, for a cause, I feel inspired-but only for a moment because as I think about my life, a cumulonimbus cloud of self-doubt hovers menacingly over my head.