HAIL forms in cumulonimbus clouds - a type of dense, towering vertical cloud associated with powerful upward air currents.
What does CNB stand for?
CNB stands for Cumulonimbus (clouds)
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We have 75 other meanings of CNB in our Acronym Attic
- Colégio Notarial do Brasil - Conselho Federal (Brazil)
- Comité National de Biophysique (French: National Committee for Biophysics)
- Commission Nationale des Bourses (French: National Commission for Scholarships)
- Commonwealth National Bank (Alabama)
- Conseil National du Bruit (French: National Council of Noise)
- Construction Navale Bordeaux (French: Bordeaux Shipbuilding; Bordeaux, France)
- Core Network Bicasting
- Corresponsales No Bancarios (Spanish, Colombia)
- Country Natural Beef
- Croatian National Bank
- Currículo Nacional Base (Spanish: Base National Curriculum; Guatemala)
- Czech National Bank
- Canadian Norwegian Business Association (Norway)
- Central New Brunswick Academy (Canada)
- Centralny Nurt Basketu Amatorskiego (Polish amateur basketball association)
- Chambre Nationale de la Batellerie Artisanale (French: National Chamber of the Small Waterway)
- China National Bar Association
- China National Basketball Association
- Cities of New Brunswick Association (Canada)
- Club de Natation de Ben Arous (French: Ben Arous Swimming Club; Tunisia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A "hot tower" is a tall cumulonimbus cloud that reaches at least to the top of the troposphere, the lowest layer of the atmosphere.
Cumulonimbus clouds also develop in summer months over Hajar Mountain range.
Some two and a half hours later a cumulonimbus cloud appeared around the capital area's Suginami Ward near the flying bugs, bringing a violent downpour with it.
com/user/ChroChaoChris) YouTube user ChroChaoChris sought to clear up the controversy by offering his own guess of what caused the so-called "mushroom cloud": "This is just a Cumulonimbus (thunderstorm cloud) enlightened by the sun," he wrote in a comment on the (http://www.
The scene is the cumulonimbus cloud and its up and down draughts.
Nimbus," the suffix of cumulonimbus, means rain in Greek, and in this case will most likely mean thunderstorms.
Tornadoes are formed when you get unstable air in a cumulonimbus cloud with columns of air going both up and down.