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Bay Area Climate Scientists Study Rare Cloud Generated By Australia Wildfires

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Bay Area Climate Scientists Study Rare Cloud Generated By Australia Wildfires

Bay Area Climate Scientists Study Rare Cloud Generated By Australia Wildfires

Bay Area scientists are studying a rare and unusual cloud generated by the wildfires burning in Australia.

Kiet Do reports on the pyrocumulonimbus cloud, a never-before-seen phenomenon that's fueling these fires.

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