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Cirrus clouds are thin, wispy clouds usually formed at high altitudes.



High, wispy clouds are generally categorized as cirrus clouds.


They are called Cirrus Clouds and are at 16,500 - 45,000 feet. They are made from tiny ice particles. Cirrus clouds are feathery looking because of the very high winds at that altitude.


Any of the cirriform (or high) clouds could be described as light and feathery.


Cirrus clouds are light and feathery.


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Those are cirrus clouds. Note: If you see those, they mean there will be precipitation within 24 hours.


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Cirrus clouds are thin, white, and feathery.


Wispy, feathery cluds are called cirrus clouds. Cirrus comes from a word meaning "a curl." Cirrus clouds form at high altitudes, usually above 6 km, and at low temperatures. They are made of ice crystals and indicate fair weather.


Cirrus clouds. This type is often called mare's tails. Made of ice crystals blown by winds at high altitude.Feathery clouds are called Cirrus clouds. Cirrus clouds are made of ice crystals instead of water droplets and form at altitudes between five and fourteen kilometers.


Cirrus clouds are the types of clouds that form high in the sky. They are also white, feathery and look very light. They tend to come around when the weather is fair.



Cirrus clouds appear fibrous or curly. They are high, thin, white, feathery clouds made of ice crystals. Cirrus clouds are associated with fair weather, but they indicate approaching storms.


Stratus clouds look like feathery strokes in the sky



the feathery clouds in the sky that kind of look like eyelashes are cirrus clouds


Actually, cool air tends to be more dense and flow under warm air


There is no "alto cirrus cloud". The ten major cloud types are: Cirrus (high, wispy clouds. Look feathery) Cirrocumulus (high lumpy clouds) Cirrostratus (high sheety clouds with a halo around the sun. Indicates bad weather) Altocumulus (lumpy clouds similar to cirrocumulus clouds, only lower) Altostratus (Medium height sheety clouds. Make the Sun appear watery) Cumulonimbus (thunderstorm clouds with "anvil" tops) Cumulus ("Storybook clouds" or fair-weather clouds. They're the clouds you think of when you hear the word "cloud". Usually.) Nimbostratus (A precipitating sheety cloud. Dull, dreary grey rain clouds pretty much.) Stratocumulus (Low lumpy clouds.) Stratus (fog)


yes they are there is a cloud called cumulus that are thick white and puffy.stratus which are clouds that are flat layers of clouuds thtat form close to earths surface another is cirrus which are clouds that are feathery clouds that form high in the atmospere when water vapor turns to tiny crystals ice


No, the word feathery is not an adverb.The word feathery is in fact an adjective.


High in the Clouds was created in 2005.


Cirrostratus, Cirrocumulus and Cirrus clouds are high altitude clouds.




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