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Clouds

Teacher: Mommy
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These clouds are thunder clouds. They always puffy tops and rugged stormy bottoms. These type of clouds bring lightning, thunder, violent tornadoes and intense weather situations. They are called low clouds. They are less 7,000 to 20,000 above the ground.
Clouds that are 20,000 to 50,000 feet above the ground. (cirrus)
These clouds are low, like fog, but do not touch the ground. They may produce drizzle. They are gray and cover the entire sky and can be the result of very thick fog lifting in the morning. They are low clouds. They are less than 7,000 feet above the ground.
There clouds are wispy and puffed up. They look like round puffs in the sky. Sometimes they are called "mackerel" clouds because they look similar to fish scales. They predict fair weather. They are high clouds. They are 20,000 to 50,000 feet above the ground.
These clouds are striped and look like frosted glass. Light rain is probable. They can cover the entire sky and form before rain storms. The are called middle clouds. They are 7,000 to 20,000 feet above the ground.
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Clouds that are less than 7,000 feet above the ground (stratus)
These clouds are puffy patches of parallel bands. They are often a sign of rain. They are usually seen on warm and humid summer mornings and are usually a sign that thunderstorms will follow later in the day. These are called middles clouds. They are 7,000 to 20,000 feet above the ground.
These clouds are thin and wispy particles of ice crystals. They are blown by high winds. They usually mean the day will have fair or pleasant weather. The follow the direction that they air moves at the altitude they are often found at. They are called high clouds. They are 20,000 to 50,000 feet above the ground.
These clouds are called fair weather clouds and look like floating cotton. They have very flat bases and are not very tall clouds. They are called low clouds.
Clouds that at 7,000 to 20,000 feet above the ground. (alto)
These clouds are rumpled dark clouds that produce steady rain or snow. They are dark and grey. These are called low clouds. They are less than 7,000 feet above the ground.