Cloud trivia: the thickest clouds can exceed the height of Mount Everest

The thickness of the cloud is not as thin as everyone sees. When the “big” cumulonimbus clouds in…

The thickness of the cloud is not as thin as everyone sees. When the “big” cumulonimbus clouds in the clouds reach a certain level, the thickness can reach about 12 kilometers, that is, 12,000 meters, and even tropical areas can reach 15000-18000 meters!


Cloud trivia: the thickest clouds can exceed the height of Mount Everest
Cloud trivia: the thickest clouds can exceed the height of Mount Everest

Considering the highest peak in the world, the height of Everest in the Himalayas is only 8,844 meters? Cumulus clouds are doing something.

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