Clouds Bryce Dykes

Stratus Clouds (2000m or 65000 ft) Drizzle or mist Associated with these clouds. Indicates atmosphere is stabke
CumuLus ( 2400 m or 7900ft) Usally associated with sUnny weaTher conDitions. Stable atmosphere
Cirrus (16,500 ft) Associated with fair weATher. Stable atmosphere
AltOstratus (6,400m or 24,00ft) occurs ahead of a storm or perCipitation. Unstable atmosphere
Cirrocumulus (12,000m) indicate cool but fair weather. StabLe atmosphere.
Cumulonimbus (12,190m or 65,000 ft) associated with HeaVY storms. Atmosphere unstable.
Altocumulus (7,000m or 23,000 ft) indicates conveCtion. Stable atmospheRe
Stratocumulus (2,400m or 8,000ft) indicates sTorm coming. Stable aTmosphEre
Cirrostratus (12,200m Or 40,000ft) come before PRECIPITATION. Stable atmosphere)
Nimbostratus (2,000m or 6,560 ft) produces LIGHT PRECIPITATION . Atmosphere is stAble.
Cirrus floccus (16,500 ft) streaky PRECIPITATION. Stable atmosphere.
Cirrus castellanus (24,000 ft) indicates clear weather. Stable atmosphere.
Cirrus radiatus (16,500 ft) involved in formaTion of Storms. Atmosohere is unstabLe.
Altocumulus undulatus (20,000 ft) indicates a storm is moving in. Atmosphere unstable.
Cumulus fractus (2,000m or 6,000 ft) produce little To no PRECIPITATION. Unstable atmosphere

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