By: Navey Schafer
These are clouds that are 6 km up in the sky where the temp reaches freezing. They have small amounts of water vapors and low temperatures. These clouds are thin white and composed of ice. There are 3 types: Cirris, Cirrocumbulus, and Cirrostratus.
This is what a Cirris could in the sky looks like.
This is what a Cirrocumbulus cloud looks like in the sky.
This is what a Cirrostratus clound looks like in the sky
These clouds are located 2-6km up and are mainly composed of water. There are two types of these clouds: altocumlous and altostratus.
This is what a altocumulous cloud that has settled weather looks like up in the sky.
This is that an alto stratus cloud that has changing weather or storms looks like in the sky.
These clouds are 2km and below and occur as general overcast. They are often widespread and associeated with somber skies along with trezzels. They have three different types of clouds also.
This is what a stratus cloud looks like in the sky.
This is what a stratuscumulous cloud looks like in the sky
This is what a stratonnumbus cloud, also know as a rain cloud looks like in the sky.
Fog is a cloud that is usually formed on the ground