Do cirrus or stratus cloud form above 6000 meters?
There are a variety of clouds that are occasionally seen above a desert: Cumulus, including cumulonimbus Stratus Cirrus
Cirrus, cumulus, and stratus are cloud types. Calculus is a branch of mathematics.
It's a type of cloud
ctratus or sirrus
Cumulus, cumulonimbus, stratus, nimbo-stratus, cirrus and alto-stratus. Take your pick.
Stratus, Cumulus, and Cirrus. 20
cirrus stratus and cumulus
Cirrus clouds are formed at a higher altitude then stratus clouds. Cirrus clouds are formed at about 8,000 m. Stratus clouds are formed under 2,000m. Fog is actually a stratus cloud that forms near the ground.
stratus lenticular cirrus cumulus
The 4 major cloud types are: Cumulus Cirrus Nimbus Stratus
"Calculus" is not a cloud formation; the others are.
in Latin Cumulus (cloud) means heap in Latin stratus (cloud) means spread out
Cumulus and cumulonimbus clouds often bring rain. Cirrus clouds do not. Stratus clouds rarely bring rain.
Cloud A - stratus Cloud B - cumulus Cloud C - cirrus You're welcome.
Cumulus Clouds Cirrus Clouds Stratus Clouds
Clouds are classified into four main groups, cumulus, stratus, cirrus and nimbus
cumulus, stratus, cirrus, and amoughes, idk how to spell the last 1 :P
The three major clouds are cumulus, stratus, and cirrus. Cumulus are fluffy with flat bottoms. Stratus are formed in layers. Cirrus are 'feathery' clouds. Whenever the word alto is in front of the cloud name (for example, altostrautus), this means the cloud is somewhere in between 2000 and 7000 feet in the atmosphere. Whenever the word nimbo is in front of the cloud name (for example nimbocumulus), it means the cloud is a dark rain… Read More
if you look up the main characteristics of all three cloud types you'll find your answer. The answer is Cumulus Cloud
Cirrus is a thin and wispy cloud which is high is the sky.Its made up of ice crystals and it brings fair weather. If you need for answers for a cloud just ask me. I know about Cumubnimbus,Stratus, and Cumulus.
1. Stratus 2. Cumulus 3. Cirrus 4. Cumulonimbus 5. Stratocumulus
Cumulus sunny day Stratus rain and cirrus light rain or snow is coming
Cirrus clouds are the highest cloud. They are 6 to 8 miles above ground.
Well it's not stratus, not cumulonimbus, its not cirrus, so it has to be cumulus. So there you have it.... cumulus.
Some common cloud formations include the cirrus, cirrocumulus, altocumulus, altostratus, cumulonimbus, stratocumulus, stratus, and cumulus. There are many other types as well.
The altitude range of a Stratus cloud is 30,000 feet above sea level!
there above 15,000 feet up in the air
I'm guessing that you meant to type "stratus". Stratus clouds are the lowest forming cloud in the atmosphere (even fog is a type of stratus). They can produce light precipitation. Also those little "pieces" of cloud that you see sometimes are a type of stratus known as stratus fractus. Cumulus form mid-troposphere. And the cumulus family consists of cumulus humilis, mediocris, and congestus. Cumulonimbus are in the cumulus family and consist of such formations as… Read More
There is NO higher cloud than the cirrus cloud
it turns into a cloud. depending on the humidity, it may turn into a nimbus, altostratus, cirrus, stratus, cumulonimbus and many more
Common cloud types: Stratus-Low clouds Altostratus-middle clouds Cirrus-high clouds Cumulus-vertical development
Rain falls primarily from cumulus, stratocumulus and stratus clouds. When cirrus clouds precipitate, they normally produce ice crystals.
A cirrus cloud is a feather like cloud.
There are many types of clouds. The cirrocumulus, the cirrus cloud, the cirrostratus, the altostratus, the altocumulus, the cumulus, the cumulus humilis, the stratocumulus, the nimbostratus, the stratus, and the cumulonimbus
* Cumulus meaning heaped up, * Stratus meaning layered, * Cirrus meaning wispy, and * Nimbus implying rain.
No. Status clouds can bring rain but not thunderstorms and certainly not tornadoes. Cirrus clouds are sometimes torn away from thunderstorms, but they do not cause them. Tornadoes and the thunderstorms that produce them are associate with cumulonimbus clouds.
Cumulus clouds- heaping billows-show fair weather. stratus clouds-low floating layer-altostratus. cirrus-curling like a lock of hair-cirrus. Nimbus-(or cumulonimbus) are rain clouds.
green clouds the actual answer is cirrus clouds!!
Cirrus Cloudsthin and wispy The most common form of high-level clouds are thin and often wispy cirrus clouds. Typically found at heights greater than 20,000 feet (6,000 meters), cirrus clouds are composed of ice crystals that originate from the freezing of supercooled water droplets. Cirrus generally occur in fair weather and point in the direction of air movement at their elevation. A stratus cloud (St) is a cloud belonging to a class characterized by horizontal… Read More
Cirrus cloud belongs to the atmosphere layer.
Cirrus is a High-étage cloud, whereas Cumulus is a Low-étage cloud. So Cirrus.
A cummulus cloud predicts fine weather, a cirrus predicts okay weather (also fine), stratus are often connected to stormy weather, and a nimbus is probably going to bring rain.
The latin meaning for stratus cloud is "spread out". The latin meaning for stratus cloud is "spread out".
cirrus cloud are white thick and fuirry
High-Level Clouds Cloud types include: cirrus and cirrostratus. Mid-Level Clouds Cloud types include: altocumulus, altostratus. Low-Level Clouds Cloud types include: nimbostratus and stratocumulus. Clouds with Vertical Development Cloud types include: fair weather cumulus and cumulonimbus. Other Cloud Types Cloud types include: contrails, billow clouds, mammatus, orographic and pileus clouds. A: The ten main types of clouds, in order of their usual approximate height above sea level, are cirrus, cirrostratus, cirrocumulus, cumulonimbus, altostratus, altocumulus, cumulus, stratocumulus… Read More
Well there are eleven basic types of clouds: Cirrus, Cumulonimbus, Cirrostratus, Cirrocumulus, Altostratus, Altocumulus, Stratocumulis, Cumulus, Stratus, Nimbus, and nimbostratus
Generally, only drizzle, although there can be cloud above stratus giving rain, showers or other forms of precipitation.