FC: Clouds by Courtney Maldon
1: Clouds are tiny water droplets. When the air moves horizontally, clouds can form layers. They came in many different forms.
2: Cumulus Clouds are puffy white or light gray clouds. They look like they are floating in the sky. Also, they can be easily identified by their sharp outlines and flat bases.
5: Mammatus Clouds are clouds that hang below the base of a cloud that can resemble tennis balls.
6: Cirrus Clouds are made of millions of miniature ice crystals that form in the sky.
9: Stratus Clouds look like fog.
10: Stratocumulus Clouds are gray and resemble cells under a microscope.