Clouds form when water condenses onto microscopic dust particles floating in the air. Clouds are defined by both the way they look and how high they are in the atmosphere.
|Cumulo-nimbus=Thunderheads||Can cause lightning, thunder, hail, strong rains, strong winds, and tornadoes||Near ground up to 75,000 feet|
|Cirro-stratus||Thin, wispy, appears in sheets. Located above thunderheads||Above 18,000 feet|
|Alto-cumulus||Medium-sized puffy, patchy, scattered clouds – often in linear bands||6,500 – 20,000 feet|
|Cumulus||Puffy and piled up||Below 6,500 feet|
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COLOURS IN MOTION: FOREIGN NATURE