By: Naste'zha Tensley
There are different levels of cloud. Cirro= High, Alto= Middle, and Strato/Stratus= Low
There are many different types of clouds. There are three main types of clouds that classify all of them. There are Cirrus, Cumulus, and Stratus Clouds. Cirrus clouds are the curly, wispy clouds that are made of ice. They are the highest clouds in the troposphere. Cumulus clouds are puffy, cotton clouds. They have rounded tops and flat bottoms. These are low, fair weather clouds. Stratus clouds are the very low, and grayish clouds. They cover the sky and produce light mist or drizzle.