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Cirrus Clouds:
Cirrus clouds are thin, wispy clouds blown by high winds into long streamers. They are considered "high clouds" forming above 6000 m (20,000 ft). Cirrus clouds usually move across the sky from west to east. They generally mean fair to pleasant weather.
stratus:appear as small, rounded white puffs. The small ripples in the cirrocumulus sometimes resemble the scales of a fish. A sky with cirrocumulus clouds is sometimes referred to as a "mackerel sky."
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stratus:are thin, sheetlike high clouds that often cover the entire sky. They are so thin that the sun and moon can be seen through them
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High Clouds

Cirrus - short, detached, hair-like clouds found at high altitudes.
Cirrocumulus - lots of small white clouds called cloudlets, grouped together at high levels.
Cirrostratus - transparent high clouds covering large areas of the sky.

Medium Clouds

Altocumulus - small mid-level layers or patches of clouds - called cloudlets -  in the shape of rounded clumps.
Altostratus - large mid-level thin grey or blue colored clouds.
Nimbostratus - dark grey or bluish grey featureless layers of clouds, thick enough to block out the sun.

Low Clouds

Stratus - very low-level grey layers or patches of clouds with fuzzy edges.
Cumulonimbus - heavy and dense low-level clouds, extending high into the sky in towers, plumes, or moutain shaped peaks.
Cumulus - detached cauliflower shaped clouds usually spotted in fair weather.

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