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Weather Review-Cloud


Cumulus flat bottom, puffy clouds often seen on fair days
Cumulonimbus flat botom, puffy gray clouds often shaped like anvils that bring thunderstorms
Cirrus high wispy, or feather-like, clouds that are made of ice crystals
Stratus layered or blanket-like clouds found at middle to low elevations
Nimbostratus gray layered or blanket-like clouds that often bring long periods of precipitation
fog a low-lying stratus cloud that touches the ground
cirro- the prefix for high elevation clouds
alto- the prefix for middle elevation clouds
strato- the prefix for low lying clouds
Created by: JSkardon