Wednesday, 18 January 2017

Types of Clouds

☁ Types of clouds ☁

Cumulus clouds

Cumulus clouds are white puffy and fluffy clouds which usually means good weather. They look like pieces of floating cotton. Unlike Cirrus and Stratus which doesn't mean change in weather is coming or rainfall. They are 1000 meters high in the sky. 












Cirrus clouds


Cirrus clouds are thin, flat and featherlike clouds of ice crystals in the atmosphere which usually means a change in weather is coming. Unlike any other clouds, they are thin and flat, not fluffy like cumulus clouds. In addition, they are very wispy and they are 6000 meters high.



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Stratus Clouds
Cirrus clouds are sheets of low, grey clouds that bring light snow, hail or rain. They look like a huge gray blanket that hangs low in the sky. Sometimes stratus clouds are on the ground or very near the ground, and then we call them fog.



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My Highlights this year 

This year my highlights are that Physics about speed, time and velocity. These I am looking forward to getting better at it. Next year I am looking forward to many things, but I have no idea what it is now.

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