Genitus Mother Clouds

Some articles on clouds, cloud, mother clouds:

Cloudy - Tropospheric Class - Summary of Families, Genera, Species, Varieties, Supplementary Features, Mother Clouds, and Associat - Vertical Cumuliform, Stratiform, and Cumulonimbiform (low To Middle Cloud Base)
... Genus cumulus (Cu) - moderate vertical extent These cumuliform clouds of free convection generally have clear-cut flat bases and domed tops and are capable of producing showers ... A single pattern-based variety, radiatus, is sometime seen when the individual clouds are arranged into parallel rows ... Accessory clouds The pannus supplementary feature is sometimes seen with precipitating Cu mediocris, however the CL7 reporting code normally used with this feature is overridden by the CL2 code that identifies ...
Cloudy - Tropospheric Class - Summary of Families, Genera, Species, Varieties, Supplementary Features, Mother Clouds, and Associat - Low Stratocumuliform, Stratiform, and Cumuliform
... Genus stratocumulus (Sc) This genus type is a stratocumuliform cloud layer of limited convection, usually in the form of irregular patches or rounded masses ... This cloud often forms under a precipitating deck of altostratus or high-based nimbostratus associated with a well-developed warm front, slow-moving cold front ... coded CL5 except when formed from free convective mother clouds (CL4) or when formed separately from co-existing cumulus (CL8) ...

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