Stratus clouds are formed in flat layers. Normally associated with rain, snow, or a drizzle. They cover most of the sky with a dull gray color. They can cover the sky anywhere and almost anytime.
These clouds are most commonly known as storm clouds. They come after the stratus clouds and bring rain, snow, and drizzle. They stay low and cover the sky. They can pop up anywhere. Their thick and black and cover most of the sky.
Cumulus clouds are large and fluffy. Their normally very white. They can pop up anywhere and can be short or tall. They only float two kilometers above the ground. They are common on sunny days and usually indicate fair weather.
They form between two and six kilometers above the ground. They are fluffy and spread out. They can show anywhere and in almost anytype of weather. They are normally very high up.
They are very similar to altostratus clouds. They can appear anywhere and in almost anytype of weather. Although, they depend mostly on the height. Altocumulus clouds are normally lower than altostratus clouds.
These clouds are dense towering vertical cloud associated with thunderstorms and atmospheric instability, forming from water vapor carried by powerful upward air currents.
These clouds are small, high, patched clouds, and in rows. May form ahead of a frontal system, especially together with other cirriform clouds meaning rain in around 10 hours. They usually occur at an altitude of 5 kilometres to 12 kilometres.
Cirrus is a genus of atmospheric cloud generally characterized by thin, wispy strands. They can appear anywhere and are normally high off the ground. They're associated with good weather and sometimes cold