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Cumulus fluffy puffy clouds, usually means fair weather
Cirrus wispy feathery clouds can mean a strom is on the way.
Stratus low clouds that hang in sheets.Rain or snow might be coming.
Cumulo A heaped cloud. can be combined with Nimbus which means thunderhead, which is strong thunderstorms coming.
Nimbus Added to cloud words when clouds are dark and heavy looking.
Strato Describes layered clouds. Added to cloud words that are a blanket and low in the sky.
Cirro Means high in the sky. Added to cloud words that are high up in the sky.
Alto Clouds in the middle of the sky. Added to cloud words to describe mid-level clouds.
Created by: lahunt3