Clouds By Cheyenne Koerperich

The Three Main Types of Clouds
Cirrus Clouds: Thin feathery clouds that form above 6 kilometers above the ground. Because they form in very low temperatures, they are made of ice crystals
Cirrocumulus Clouds
Cumulus Clouds: big fluffy cotton lIke clouds that form less than 2 kilometers above the ground. Usually found on a sunny day.
Cumulonimbus Clouds: Very tall cumulus Clouds that often produce thunderstorms.
Altocumulus Clouds
Stratus Clouds: low level, grayish, blanket-like clouds that covers most of the sky.
Nimbostratus Clouds: dark gray stratus clouds that usually create precipitation.

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