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names of clouds

cirrus means the curl of hair wispy or feathery clouds. found in high sky. made of ice crystals can mean a storm is on the way
alto clouds in the middle of the sky. add to cloud words that are midd level
cirro means high in the sky. add to cloud words to describe clouds that are high in the sky
strato describes layered clouds. add to cloud words to describe clouds that are like a blanket. also low in the sky
nimbo or nimbus RAIN! add to cloud words when clouds are dark and heavy looking
cumulo a heaped cloud. can be combined with nimbus to mean a heavy thunder storm is coming
stratus low clouds and spread out that hang in sheets or layers like a blanket. cause an over cast day. rain or snow may be coming.
cumulus means heap in latin fluffy or puffy clouds. usually fair weather.
Created by: sjhunt123