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Cloud Types

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Ted Berke

on 30 April 2010

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Double click anywhere & add an idea Cloud Types Cirrus Cirrocumulus Cirrostratus Cumulonimbus Altocumulus Stratus Nimbostratus Altostratus Cumulus Statocumulus Cirrus Thin and wispy Cirrocumulus Thin and stringy Cirrostratus Very thin and look like ripples Cumulonimbus Tall, big and fluffy Altocumulus small puff balls Stratus low and dark gray Nimbostratus gray on the bottom, white on top Altostratus gray and white rainclouds Cumulus really white and fluffy Stratocumulus white, spread out puff balls Protocol 1. Go to open area. 2. Look up in the sky. 3. If the clouds look wispy and kind of see-through, they are
cirrus clouds. 4. If the clouds look thin and stringy,
they are called cirrocumulus. 5. The clouds may also look like ripples,
these are called cirrostratus clouds. 6. The clouds that look tall, big and fluffy are called cumulonimbus clouds. 7. Some clouds will look like little cotton balls. These are altocumulus. 8. Dark gray, low clouds are called stratus clouds. 9.Clouds that are gray and bottom, and white on top are nimbostratus clouds. 10.Kind of a mixture of white and gray clouds are altostratus. 11. Clouds that look very white and fluffy are cumulus clouds. 12. Fluffy white balls, spread out all over are called stratocumulus. 13. Obviously, if you see no clouds you won't be calling them any of these.
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