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CLOUDS

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Everything there is to know about clouds.

Everything there is to know about clouds.

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  • 1. When water vapor in the air becomes liquid water or ice crystals. How do clouds form?
  • 2. FOG A cloud in contact with the ground.
  • 3. STRATUS Sheets of low, grey clouds that bring light snow, rain, or drizzle.
  • 4. NIMBOSTRATUS Thicker layer than stratus clouds that completely block out the sun. They cause steady rain or snow.
  • 5. CUMULUS White and puffy clouds that usually mean good weather.
  • 6. CUMULONIMBUS Dark, towering clouds that are also called “thunderheads”. These clouds produce heavy rain, thunder, and lighting.
  • 7. CIRRUS Thin, featherlike clouds that are made of ice crystals high in the atmosphere. Usually means a change in the weather is coming.

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