Stratus cloud - Wikipedia
Stratus clouds are low-level clouds characterized by horizontal layering with a
uniform base, as opposed to convective or cumuliform clouds that are formed by
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September 2016 - If you see stratus clouds, that's the time to get inside and stay
there. Stratus clouds mean rain if it is warm and snow if it is cold. They look like a
Nimbostratus clouds are also found below 2000 meters. They are usually a
darker color of gray than stratus clouds because of their high moisture content ...
Stratus clouds are low-level, grey, fog-like clouds that often encompass the entire
sky. They are uniform, often forming low-hanging shelves which lead to ...
This lesson explores stratus clouds, one of the four main types of clouds. You will
learn how to spot a stratus cloud in the sky and discover how...
In general Cirrocumulus represents a degraded state of cirrus and cirrostratus
both of which may change into it and is an uncommon cloud. There will be a ...
Feb 21, 2013 ... Stratus clouds are low clouds that produce a hazy, gray veil with a uniform base
throughout the sky. They do not usually produce precipitation, ...
Cirrocumulus clouds are usually seen in the winter and indicate fair, but cold
weather. In tropical regions, they may indicate an approaching hurricane.
Oct 2, 2008 ... Stratus clouds belong to the Low Cloud (surface-2000m up) group. They are
uniform gray in color and can cover most or all of the sky. Stratus ...
Stratus clouds form a low layer that can cover the entire sky like a blanket,
bringing generally gray and dull weather. Stratus clouds may form only a few