Cirrus clouds are thin, white clouds that have a wispy, feathery appearance. They form at heights of 25,000 feet or more. They are composed of tiny ice crystals, and are associated with fair or pleasant weather. They have a hair-like appearance, and the curled-up ends are very common features.
There are three types of clouds; cirrus, stratus and cumulus. Cirrus clouds are curly looking while stratus clouds are flat or layered. The cumulus clouds are the largest, and most opposite to the cirrus clouds.
cirrus clouds are clouds that are in the sky.
Cirrus clouds are at a high altitude.
Cirrus clouds is 3 syllables. Cir-rus clouds.
Cirrus clouds are not rain clouds; they are the high wispy clouds that you sometimes see on a clear day.
No. Cumulus clouds are puffy. cirrus clouds are the clouds that are white and wispy that are usually the highest in the sky.
Cirrus clouds are high-altitude clouds.
Cirrus clouds don't precipitate.
Thunderstorms can come from cirrus clouds. Large numbers of cirrus clouds is a sign that a frontal system is approaching the area.
cirrus clouds are the most highest clouds and the most common
Cirrus: It's Latin for "curl." Cirrus clouds look like curls of white hair.
Cirrus clouds do not produce precipitation at all.
Cirrus cloyds are clouds that are thin and wispy! They are found high in the sky.
Cirrus clouds are followed by an approaching warm front.
there is no other cloud higher than a cirrus cloud
cirrus clouds mean usually fair (good) weather
That's right, cirrus clouds are the highest clouds.
Cirrus Clouds Cumulus Clouds
cirrus clouds are above 6000 meters and are the highest of all clouds