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Clouds By Mrs. Hicks
Types of Clouds There are 3 types of clouds: Stratus Cumulus Cirrus
Stratus Clouds These are low clouds that usually bring steady rains, snow, or very cloudy days.
Cumulus Clouds These are fluffy, “cotton ball” clouds and it’s fun to find pictures in these clouds.
Thunderheads These are cumulus clouds that often develop into thunderstorms on very hot, humid days in the summer.
Cirrus Clouds These are very high clouds made of ice crystals, often called “mare’s tails.”
Do you know your clouds? High ice crystal clouds are. Low, rainy clouds are. Fluffy, white clouds are. Cirrus clouds Stratus clouds Cumulus clouds
Clouds and Weather Prediction
Weather Part 3 The Clouds.
Cloud Notes. Cirrus High elevations High elevations Feathery/ wispy with ice crystals Feathery/ wispy with ice crystals Fair weather Fair weather.
Clouds 2 nd Grade Frisco ISD. Cirrus Cirrus - Latin for "curl of hair". High, wispy, icy clouds. Usually very thin.
Study Guide Test 12/8 Topics Include: Relative Humidity Dew Point Cloud Formation Air Masses Fronts Scientific Method.
Clouds Clouds are classified by their shapes, elevation, and their associated weather conditions and patterns. Clouds that form from the condensation of.
What do clouds have to do with weather? What is it? - A measure of the amount of water vapor in the air.
Up in the clouds …. How are clouds formed? Warm moist air rises because it is less dense. As it rises it cools and becomes more dense so it can’t hold.
CLOUDS Every time when you look at the sky you see clouds. Sometimes dark, sometimes big or small. We know few types of clouds.
Is a cloud just a cloud? Different types of clouds in the sky indicate different types of weather.
Julianna Hagood. Standard 3 Students will develop an understanding of their environment. Objective 2 Observe and describe weather. Observe and describe.
Clouds are collections of tiny ice crystals or water droplets. All air contains water vapor. When the air cools water vapor condenses. This condensed.
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The Water Cycle and Weather Mr. Leslie’s Science Class.
CLOUD FORMATION There are 3 things required for clouds to form:
A Look at Weather. Clouds Clouds help meteorologists make a weather forecast. Certain clouds show what weather will happen soon. Types of Clouds:
Revised and edited by Tracy Sikes, Mount Bethel Elementary.
Types of Clouds QUIZ.
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