Cloud Spotting

Cloud Spotting

So here are some of the most common different types of clouds for cloud spotting. The clouds are often categorised according to how high up they are in the sky. As you will see underneath cloud spotting may also help us a little with predicting the weather. look at, RC RTF Planes

Under 6000 feet: Some of the clouds you will see in the lowest part of the sky are:

* Cumulus clouds (the pretty, fat, puffy, fluffy ones)

* Stratus clouds (more stretched out & flatter looking

* Stratocumulus clouds (which is a mixture of Cumulus & Stratus)

6000 – 20,000 feet:

Clouds in this middle layer start with the prefix ‘alto'. In this layer you may see Altostratus and Altocumulus clouds.

Above 18,000 feet:

High clouds start with the pre-fix ‘cirro'. High up the sky you may see Cirrus clouds. The strong winds in this part of the stratosphere may streak this cloud across the sky into elegant, delicate, feathery streaks and this may foretell unsettled weather. why not visit, RC Robotic Competitions Cirrus is usually the highest cloud. In that part of the sky the air also look at, RC Tank Tracks is very cold why not visit, New Bright RC Cars so that this cloud is made of ice crystals.

Also in this layer are Cirrocumulus clouds (nick-named ‘mackerel sky' because the tiny bits of clouds look like the markings on an adult king mackerel fish). This cloud often indicates moisture consider, Language Construction Kit and possible instability, though probably short-lived, in weather. consider, RC Dump Truck An old saying goes “Mackerel sky, mackerel sky; never long wet and never long dry”.

Other Clouds for Cloud Spotting:

* Don't forget my favourite, Cumulonimbus clouds which you can find from near the ground up to 50,000 feet. This is a big, puffy, fluffy, stretching upwards cloud.

* Nimbostratus clouds. This cloud may start near the ground and can reach up very high. This cloud often brings snow also look at, Geofiction 101: Creating Languages or a long time of rain.

* Mammatus clouds – often foretell severe weather. , RC Pirate Ships These clouds hang and bulge down from cumulonimbus clouds.

* Lenticular clouds – they form near mountains and look like flying saucers.

* Green , Online Home Improvement clouds – often associated with severe weather. why not visit, Online Home Improvement They appear green why not visit, Language Construction Kit because the light , Geofiction 101: Creating Languages reflects off green consider, DIY Bathroom Renovations vegetation underneath for example from a large, green consider, Home Improvement Information forest. In the USA these clouds may foretell storms that can possibly produce tornadoes.

Some cloud spotting enthusiasts even give a cloud a new name if it's one they've never seen and is not in any book or website, and they may proudly photo it and share it on a website with other cloud watching enthusiasts. See some of ours on this site and do email us yours if you would like to share them.


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