CLOUDS, CLOUDS, CLOUDS
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Up above you will notice a table filled with the different kinds of clouds. Just to let you know, they are not linked to any other pages, so don't try and click on them. Instead there is a little information about each cloud below.
Cirrus clouds are also known as ice clouds. Good weather will occur if the winds are from W NW to N. Precipitation will be likely within 25-30 hours if the wind is steady from NE E to S.
Cirrocumulus clouds, like regular cirrus clouds, are also known as Ice clouds. Precipitation will be likely within 15-20 hours if the wind is NE to S. In early summer mornings
Cirrostratus clouds are ice clouds that cover sky. Precipitation will likely accumulate in 15-25 hours if the winds stay steady from NE E to S. If there are other winds, they will bring an overcast sky.
Precipitation will likely accumulate in 10-25 hours is the wind is steady from NE to S. The sun will probably look like it is appearing behind frosted glass. If there are other winds, they will bring an overcast sky with them.
Precipitation will likely accumulate in 15-20 hours if the wind is steady NE to S. If there are other winds, they will bring an overcast sky.
If there are winds from NE to S heavy precipitation will accumulate. Other winds will bring only a light drizzle or an overcast sky.
These are rain or snow clouds. Precipitation will accumulate of a long duration if winds NE to S, or there will be shorter duration if winds are from SW W to N.
These are fair weather clouds, and they are broken up by strong winds. These clouds do not accumulate precipitation unless the winds are steady NE to S, then cumulus fractus of bad weather.
Some precipitation will be likely and it will be soon come usually from SW W to N. The distant clouds will often show an anvil-shaped cirroform cap.
These clouds will be low to the middle. These clouds are also water clouds with a gold, pink, amber, lavender or rosy background. There won't be precipitation will likely accumulate within 20-24 hours.