Mammatus, also known as mammatocumulus (meaning "mammary cloud"), is a
meteorological ... True to their ominous appearance, mammatus clouds are often
harbingers of a coming storm or other ...
Clouds that look like cotton balls are called cumulus clouds. They form when
warm, moist air rises. As this air rises, it cools, condensing into water droplets that
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Jun 26, 2012 ... Crazy looking mammatus clouds after storm in Regina on June 26, 2012. They
look like little cotton balls. 40 seconds into the video they get ...
Identify clouds by shape. The two shapes are cumulus and stratus: Cumulus
clouds: These are the big, "fluffy" clouds that look a bit like cotton balls.
May 1, 2014 ... There are many different types of clouds in endless shapes and sizes, ... cloud,
these white, cotton ball-like formations are typically detached with a flat base.
Strato-form: When you look up to see a nearly uninterrupted layer of ...
Does the sky contain clouds? a. Yes – go to #2 b. No – It is a clear day. 2. Are the
clouds low and do they look like puffy cotton balls? They mean fair weather. a.
Mammatus Clouds - they look like giant, twisted cotton balls in the sky to me ...
Mammatus clouds, associated with the anvil cloud and severe thunderstorms.
Sep 2, 2015 ... Mammatus clouds make for very strange skies. ... are mammatus clouds. Flickr /
Steve. They look like little cotton balls hanging out in the sky!
Cumulus clouds belong to the Clouds with Vertical Growth group. They are puffy
white or light gray clouds that look like floating cotton balls. Cumulus clouds ...
Cirrus clouds are very easy to identify as they look like wispy, feathery clouds
spread ... Again, these clouds look like puffy cotton balls, elliptical in shape and ...