cumulostratus

cumulostratus

(ˌkjuːmjʊləʊˈstreɪtəs)
n, pl -ti (-taɪ)
(Physical Geography) meteorol another name for stratocumulus
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on July 1, as the Eleventh Corps fought less than a mile from his house, Jacobs recorded that it was 76[degrees]E with cumulostratus clouds coveting the entire sky.
But former Met Office and Examiner weather expert Paul Stevens said weather conditions at the time - high pressure with light winds and cumulostratus clouds - would have made it impossible for a tornado to form.
But former Met Office and Examiner weatherman, Paul Stevens, said yesterday's conditions - high pressure with light winds and cumulostratus clouds - would have made it impossible for a whirlwind to form.