My cloud Smore
thin and wispy and composed of ice crystals rather than water droplets
Grayish sheets that cover most or all of the sky, rarely being broken up in individual cloud units.
Massive and rounded, usually with a flat base and limited horizontal extent but often billowing upward to great heights.
When the ground loses heat through radiate, usually at night. The heat radiated away from the ground passes through the lowest layer of air and into higher areas.
Develops when warm, moist air moves horizontally over a cold surface, such as snow-covered ground or a cold ocean current.
upslope fog or orographic fog
is created by adiabatic cooling when humid are climbs a topographic slope.
when water vapors is added to cold air hat is already near saturation.