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Images of the meteorological phenomenon known as the "phenomenon of the three Suns"
According to the WMO, the Cumulonimbus are described as a thick and dense cloud, with a considerable vertical development, in the form of a mountain or huge towers. It is associated with storms.
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Cumulus clouds are vertically developing clouds formed mainly by vertical currents favored by the heating of the air at the Earth's surface.
Stratus are made up of small water droplets although at very low temperatures they can consist of small ice particles.
Pillars of light, a beautiful light effect that occurs naturally when the ice in the atmosphere reflects light from the Moon, the Sun, or light that comes from an artificial source
Nimbostratus are described as a gray, often dark layer of clouds, with an appearance veiled by the precipitation of rain or snow falling more or less continuously from it.
Altocumulus are classified as medium clouds. This type of cloud is described as a bank, thin layer or layer of clouds composed of very varied shapes.
Cirrocumulus trees consist of a bank, thin layer or sheet of white clouds, without shadows, composed of very small elements. They reveal the presence of instability at the level at which they are.
Cirrus are a type of high cloud, usually in the form of white filaments made up of ice crystals.