Fluffy cotton balls in the sky – otherwise known as fair weather cumulus clouds. Peering out the aircraft window is Darlene: ”The flight was great – nice and smooth. We flew to Vegas March 28th, and were there until the 31st. The weather was awesome, in the mid to high 20s. I went with my sister and her two kids, so not only was it great for some sisterly bonding, but fun was had by all”.
DID YOU KNOW? A cloud is a collection of billions of drops of water or ice. When the drops cling together and get heavy enough, they fall to earth as rain, snow, sometimes hail. Fair weather cumulus clouds have a lifetime of anywhere from 5-40 minutes depending on temperature and wind. Not all cumulus clouds become thunderstorms, but every thunderstorm begins as a cumulus cloud.
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