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Cloud #1: 5,000 meters high with pretty sunsets!. Cloud #1: 5,000 meters high with pretty sunsets!. Altocumulus. Cloud #2: 12,000 meters high with curls of hair!. Cloud #2: 12,000 meters high with curls of hair!. Cirrus. Cloud #3: 5,000 meters high and puffy!.

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Cloud #1: 5,000 meters high with pretty sunsets!


Cloud #1: 5,000 meters high with pretty sunsets!

Altocumulus


Cloud #2: 12,000 meters high with curls of hair!


Cloud #2: 12,000 meters high with curls of hair!

Cirrus


Cloud #3: 5,000 meters high and puffy!


Cloud #3: 5,000 meters high and puffy!

Altocumulus


Cloud #4: 2,000 meters, somewhat puffy, somewhat layered


Cloud #4: 2,000 meters, somewhat puffy, somewhat layered

Stratocumulus


Cloud #5: surface to 13,000 meters. Puffy, rain, thunder, lightning!


Cloud #5: surface to 13,000 meters. Puffy, rain, thunder, lightning!

Cumulonimbus


Cloud #6: surface to 2,000 meters. Coastal Marine Layer


Cloud #6: surface to 2,000 meters. Coastal Marine Layer

Stratus and Fog


Cloud #7: 12,000 meters high with curls of hair and a bit puffy!


Cloud #7: 12,000 meters high with curls of hair and a bit puffy!

Cirrus with Cirrocumulus


Cloud #8: 500 meters, gray, and flat!


Cloud #8: 500 meters, gray, and flat!

Stratus


Cloud #9: 100 meters, gray, and flat (in the distance)! Found a lot at the beach!


Cloud #9: 100 meters, gray, and flat (in the distance)! Found a lot at the beach!

Stratus


Cloud #10: 4,000 meters, lense shaped, sunsets!


Cloud #10: 4,000 meters, lense shaped, sunsets!

Altocumulus


Cloud #11: vertical development, forming from volcanic emissions of Mt. St. Helens!


Cloud #11: vertical development, forming from volcanic emissions of Mt. St. Helens!

Cumulus


Cloud #12: Low Layered cloud forming from orographic lifting over Morro Rock!


Cloud #12: Low Layered cloud forming from orographic lifting over Morro Rock!

Could be stratus, could be cumulus. Often called a “Cap” Cloud


Cloud #13: Surface to 13,000 meters! Unstable air and lots of moisture!


Cloud #13: Surface to 13,000 meters! Unstable air and lots of moisture!

Cumulonimbus!


Cloud #14: 12,000 meters, whispy, layered


Cloud #14: 12,000 meters, whispy, layered

Cirrus and cirrostratus


Cloud #15: 12,000 meters, whispy, layered, makes “sun dogs”, sun halos, and moon halos


Cloud #15: 12,000 meters, whispy, layered, makes “sun dogs”, sun halos, and moon halos

Cirrus and cirrostratus


Cloud #16: 2,000 meters, heaps of moisture, likely to become thunderstorm later in day.


Cloud #16: 2,000 meters, heaps of moisture, likely to become thunderstorm later in day

Cumulus


Cloud #17: 300 meters, flat, notice the rainbow


Cloud #17: 300 meters, flat, notice the rainbow

Mrs. Traeger says it’s a nimbostratus cloud and that you’d better study for your cloud test!


Cloud #18: 100 meters, marine layer


Cloud #18: 100 meters, marine layer

Mr. Traeger says it’s a stratus cloud and that it’s almost time for summer and flying on the beach!


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