In the examples below, the difference is evident in a large organised band of rainfall moving across the UK, and isolated showers spouting up and disappearing across Scotland. The cauliflower-like head of the cloud represents where buoyant air is continuing to ascend into the air of the surrounding atmosphere. The downdraught usually acts to suppress the updraught that originally formed the cumulus cloud, which limits the life-span of a cumulus cloud. The colours you see when a rainbow appears are the result of light being split into its various individual…. The difference between showers and rain becomes readily apparent when we take a top-down look at the weather map. What we usually mean when referring to 'rain' is the precipitation that falls from weather fronts.
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