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Cumulus humilis clouds

Cumulus clouds form as water vapor condenses in upward air currents above the relatively warm earth's surface. These clouds usually have flat bases and lumpy tops. Cumulus clouds are usually isolated with large areas of blue sky in between the clouds. Most Cumulus humilis clouds form below 6000 feet/1,8 km above sealevel, are relatively thin and associated with fair weather.

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