Stratus clouds are low-level cloud characterized by horizontal layering with a
uniform base, as opposed to convective or cumuliform clouds that are formed by
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 huge gray
Stratus clouds are uniform gray clouds that usually cover the entire sky. They can
form when very weak, upward vertical air currents lift a thin layer of air high ...
A cloud is a large collection of very tiny droplets of water or ice crystals. The
droplets ... Stratus clouds are uniform grayish clouds that often cover the entire
Stratus clouds are formed when an upward-moving current of air collides with a
thinner layer of air above it, causing water drops to form. The name "stratus ...
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 ...
turn, thicken and lower into altostratus, stratus, and even nimbostratus. Finally,
cirrocumulus clouds are layered clouds permeated with small cumuliform.
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, ...
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...
These pictures show stratus clouds. Stratus clouds are the low clouds. Fog is a
stratus cloud at ground level. They look like a low gray blanket. Stratus clouds ...