Weather Pictures


Storm Chasing


Weather Pictures and Storm Chasing
Cirrocumulus Clouds

Cirrocumulus: These clouds form above 18000 feet/5,5 km above sealevel and appear as small, rounded white puffs that are isolated or in long rows. When the white puffs are in rows, they give the cloud a rippling appearance that distinguishes it from a cirrus or a cirrostratus cloud. Cirrocumulus clouds rarely cover the entire sky and are sometimes hard to detect.

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