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Sunday, October 23

  1. msg Campbells cloud project message posted Campbells cloud project Some good work Campbell. Good to see you using your own photos for some of the cloud types. Definit…
    Campbells cloud project
    Some good work Campbell. Good to see you using your own photos for some of the cloud types. Definitions were also good. You seem to have missed stratus out as a cloud type. Mark=B
    6:02 pm

Wednesday, September 14

  1. page Stratocumulus edited Stratocumulus {u04_i01_orig_photo_stratocumulus.jpg} Stratocumulus clouds belong to the low c…

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    Stratocumulus clouds belong to the low cloud group (2000m), these clouds look lumpy and Grey.
    Stratocumulus often line up in rows next to one another, or they spread out With these clouds you can expect to have a light rain.

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    2:01 am
  2. page Nimbostratus edited Nimbostratus {40878712.jpg} Nimbostratus clouds are in the low cloud group(2000m), they are da…
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    Nimbostratus clouds are in the low cloud group(2000m), they are dark Grey and appear bumpy along the surface. They will definatly bring rain or snow, they sometimes cover the whole sky all the way to the horizon.

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    1:40 am
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  4. page Cumulus edited Cumulus {300px-GoldenMedows.jpg} This cloud also doesn't have a specific height as it stretche…
    Cumulus
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    This cloud also doesn't have a specific height as it stretches up into the atmosphere. They usually look like cotton balls - fluffy. These clouds can indicate light to heavy showers or fine clear weather.

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    1:36 am
  5. page Cumulonimbus edited Cumulonimbus {05_cunim_cityb.jpg} Cumulonimbu cloud doesn't fit into a specific high group, as…
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    Cumulonimbu cloud doesn't fit into a specific high group, as it can stretch depending on the cloud.. it can stretch as high as 10km and are generally known as thunderstorm clouds.
    This cloud indicates heavy rain, snow, hail, lighting, and even tornadoes.

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    1:31 am
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