Clouds By: Luke Cronin

Stratus clouds: clouds that form in layers are stratus clouds. Rain clouds.

Nimbostratus clouds, they are like stratus clouds, but they are dark gray.

Cumulus cloud: cumulus clouds look fluffy and round. They can go up to 18 kilometers up

Altostratus clouds they are middle level clouds,

Altocumulus clouds are middle level clouds.

Cumulonimbus clouds are huge tall clouds from 4 kilometers to 11 kilometers.

Cirrocumulus clouds are whisky clouds at high levels.

Cirrus clouds are wispy, feathery clouds at high altitudes.

Credits:

Created with images by Pattys-photos - "clouds" • cletch - "Commerce Township Clouds" • k4dordy - "Nimbostratus also (6)" • Unsplash - "clouds sky altitude" • dsearls - "2013_12_20_lax-iah-iad_41z" • Moyan_Brenn - "Reflections" • Unsplash - "dramatic cloud sky" • muffinn - "Cirrocumulus" • ralph - "clouds cirrus blue"

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