Thunderstorms come from Cumulonimbus clouds. They develop when cold air and warm, moist air collide, which is why thunderstorms are more common in the summer. Cumulonimbus clouds form from cumulus clouds and grow vertically and often have the appearance of being cut off at the top because the winds at high altitudes disperse that highest part of the cloud. These clouds are very big in size.
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