“We've had a tough go of it this last year,” cumulus CEO Lew Dickey said Tuesday morning.
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Hamlet points to a changing cumulus cloud, when he says to Polonius, "Do you see that cloud, that almost in shape like a camel?"
The moon was now well up, but hidden by a mass of cumulus cloud.
This form has none of the characteristics of the cumulus, and does not appear in the same stratum.
As the cumulus belongs to the day, so does the Stratus to the night.
They assume at different times and in different seasons, different shapes like those of the scud, the cumulus, or the stratus.
There were cumulus clouds of varying closeness all the time.
A horizontal sheet of cloud, with cirrus above and cumulus beneath; it is better known as the nimbus or rain-cloud.
cumulus clouds on sunny days are generally at altitudes of 4000 to 7000 feet.
1650s, "a heap," from Latin cumulus "a heap, pile, mass, surplus," from PIE *ku-m-olo-, suffixed shortened form of root *keue- "to swell" (cf. Sanskrit svayati "swells up, is strong," Greek kyein "to swell," Lithuanian šaunas "firm, solid, fit, capable"). Meteorological use for "rounded mass of clouds" first attested 1803.
Plural cumuli (kym'yə-lī')
A dense, white, fluffy cloud with a flat base, a multiple rounded top, and a well-defined outline. The bases of cumulus clouds form primarily in altitudes below 2,000 m (6,560 ft), but their tops can reach much higher. Cumulus clouds are generally associated with fair weather but can also bring rain when they expand to higher levels. The clouds' edges are well-defined when they are composed of water droplets and fuzzy when made up of ice crystals. See illustration at cloud.