Clouds By Jaylene mata

A stratus cloud is associated with drizzle, freezing drizzle, and snow grains. It's altitude is 6,000 feet. The shape is a type of layered uniforms base. This cloud is very low to the ground compared to others.

The nimbostratus cloud is associated with precipitation but it evaporates before it hits the ground. The altitude is 10,000 feet. It's safe is a vertical multi-layer stratus.

Cumulus clouds are associated with little to no precipitation at all. It's altitude is 3,300 feet which is pretty low. It's shape is puffy and piled together like cotten candy.

Altostratus cloud and associated with little rain. It's altitude is 20,000 feet. The shape is a light layer.

Altocumulus clouds are associated with nothing. The altitude is 20,000 feet. It's shape is a roll of layers and patches.

Cumulonimbus clouds are associated with precipitation often. The altitude is 60,000 feet. The shape is a towering vertical thunderstorm cloud.

Cirrocumulus clouds are associated with precipitation that evaporates before it gets to the ground. The altitude is 20,000 feet. The shape is patch clouds in rows.

Cirrus clouds are associated with nothing. The altitude is 16,500 feet. The shape is a thin wispy strand.

Credits:

Created with images by Pattys-photos - "clouds" • Chirantan Patnaik - "Evening Sky" • brownpau - "Storm Clouds Over Fairfax" • Hans - "cloud cumulus clouds cumulus" • muffinn - "Altostratus" • alana sise - "Altocumulus Clouds" • Lightning_Todd - "2014_06_07_NM_chase 40026" • jingoba - "cirrus clouds sunset" • ralph - "beautiful clouds cloud cirrus"

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