BC: by: Meagan Nickel
FC: Cloud Formations
1: Cirrus Clouds
2: Cirrus clouds are they highest clouds. They look white and feathery. They usually mean fair weather.
4: Stratus Clouds
5: Stratus clouds look like sheets pulled across the sky. They develop in very uniform horizontal layers.
6: Cumulus Clouds
7: Cumulus clouds are thick, lumpy, and resemble cotton balls. They develop vertically and usually have flat bases and round tops.
8: Cumulonimbus Clouds
9: Cumulonimbus means "column rain" in Latin. | Cumulonimbus clouds have a mushroom shape. They develop vertically. They usually form rain, snow, or hail.