Knowing these different kinds of clouds can help you predict the weather
You most likely turn to your local weather report to find out what the day will be like, but looking at the clouds can help too. These common types of clouds will help you decide if you should move your party inside.
Type of cloud: Cirrus Thin and wispy, they can appear in a variety of shapes
Most likely weather Approaching front and stormy weather.
Type of cloud: Cirrocumulus Small, rounded white puffs. Isolated or in long rows.
Most likely weather These clouds indicate fair but cold weather.Report a Typo
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