Clouds Ashley Adams

Stratus clouds are gust above altitude.

Nimbostratus 1:50 km over the ground low- level Stratiform genus that is now classified by the world meteorological organization as a vertical or multi-level. They are also rain clouds.
Cumulus it is a large fluffy looking clouds located at the 3 line of altitude.
Altostratus are very large and thin clouds at the 6 line of latitude.
Altocumulus are large choppy at the 7 line of latitude.
Cumulonimbus are massive clouds that rang from 4th to 11th line of altitude.
Cirrocumulus are really high up thin clouds located at the 11th line of altitude.
Cirrus are skinny and spread out clouds really high up ranging from 12th and up altitude.

Credits:

Created with images by Jan-Helge69 - "Red clouds" • Chirantan Patnaik - "Evening Sky" • Bluesnap - "sky blue clouds" • Frank Boston - "Before the Rain" • k4dordy - "Nimbostratus also" • Alexas_Fotos - "sky clouds blue" • Nicholas_T - "Parallel" • fairytalelights - "Clouds" • spyffe - "Cumulonimbus clouds" • Nicholas_T - "Sprinkled" • ComputerHotline - "Cirrus"

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