Stratus clouds appear in nicer weather usually don't bring perception and sometimes accompany fog. They also appear low to the ground.


Nimbostratus clouds appear lower in the sky and in powerful precipitation. They are usually thick and opaque.


These fluffy clouds with flat bottoms stay low to the ground and appear in either fair weather or terrible weather.


Altostratus is a cloud that is middle altitude and appears with perception mostly.


Altocumulus clouds are middle altitude clouds that come with and with normal temperate weather.


Cumulonimbus clouds usually accompany storms and higher up in the sky.


Cirrocumulus are small high set clouds that usually accompany the sunset.


Cirrus clouds are thin whispy strand like clouds that are higher in the sky and don't produce precipitation.

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