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gray clouds that cover the entire sky and can be the result of very thick fog lifting in the morning. Nimbostratus clouds are dark gray clouds that produce falling rain or snow. Cumulus and cumulonimbus clouds are both known as vertical clouds. Cumulus clouds are also called fair weather clouds and look like floating cotton.
Name: _____ Types of Clouds by Erin Ryan 1. Name the two types of low-level clouds. _____ 2. What type of clouds are called “fair weather clouds” and look like floating cotton? _____ 3. Name two types of clouds that are between 20,000 and 6,500 feet in the air.
Altocumulus clouds exhibit “cumulo” type characteristics (see below) in mid levels, i.e., heap-like clouds with convective elements. Like cirrocumulus, altocumulus may align in rows or streets of clouds, with cloud axes indicating localized areas of ascending, moist air, and clear zones between rows suggesting locally descending, drier air.
3. Thick, puffy clouds that can be found at middle altitudes. 4. Low-lying clouds that are generally producers of rain and snow. 5. Small cottony rows of cloud tufts that are made of ice crystals and found at high elevations. The big rain cloud, part of its name means clouds, signifying rain to the ancient Romans.
Nimbus clouds are clouds that produce precipitation, characterized as well for their low altitude and great volume. Smilde certainly manages low altitude; he conjures his faux clouds under a roof, after all. But, fortunately for his venues, no rain falls from the short-lived clouds.
Name: _____ Types of Clouds by Erin Ryan 1. Name the two types of low-level clouds. _____ 2. What type of clouds are called “fair weather clouds” and look like floating cotton? _____ 3. Name two types of clouds that are between 20,000 and 6,500 feet in the air. _____ 4.