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A bit of convection (Mar.12)

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« on: March 15, 2009, 03:15:59 pm »

Thanks John and Martin

Nice to see those Cb's
I'm not sure those clouds are Cumulonimbus. The #1 image is distinct Cu, the #4 and #5 seem more like Cu to me, but I have doubt on it. Martin, can you judge?

Note: no rain falled from those ones. The rain later that evening was caused exclusively by As/Ns.
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