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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stratus_cloud

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  ...

quatr.us/physics/weather/stratus.htm

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  ...

weather.ou.edu/~smglenn/clouds.html

Found at very low levels (less than 2000 meters, or 6500 feet), stratus clouds are thick, large, heavy-looking gray clouds that dominate the sky. Precipitation ...

www.srh.noaa.gov/jetstream/clouds/cloudwise/types.html

A milky veil of fog (or thin Stratus) is distinguished from a veil of Cirrostratus of a ... Altostratus clouds do not produce a halo phenomenon nor are the shadows of  ...

www.countrymeadowsweather.com/stratus.htm

TYPES OF STRATUS CLOUDS. Stratus: Low, gray cloud layer or sheet with a fairly uniform base; sometimes appears in ragged patches; usually does not ...

www.weather.gov/media/lmk/soo/cloudchart.pdf

Unlike cirrus, cirrostratus clouds form more of a widespread, veil-like layer ( similar to what stratus clouds do in low levels). When sunlight or moonlight passes ...

www.metoffice.gov.uk/learning/clouds/low-level-clouds/stratus

Feb 17, 2017 ... Stratus clouds tend to be featureless, low altitude clouds that cover the sky in a blanket of white or grey.

weather.com/sports-recreation/outdoors/news/sky-watching-stratus-20130219

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, ...

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