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Cirrus clouds are light and feathery.

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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 are thin, wispy clouds usually formed at high altitudes.


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.



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


cirrus cloud (who didnt Know that) I didnt


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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 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.


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



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You may mean Cirrus clouds, characterised by thin wispy strands, they also have the common name of 'mares tails'.


no he didn't it is still light brown and feathery



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