Weather: Understanding Kelvin-Helmholtz clouds

“There is a particular type of cloud that offers insight into what turbulence might look like.”

Our in-house weatherman Honza Rejmanek introduces the billow cloud, or Kelvin-Helmholtz, and explains what it can teach pilots about the often invisible perils of turbulence.

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