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<< BACK TOP NEXT >> pic 1 2 3 4 5 Stratus Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, California, USA, July 1999 Stratus is a cloud without any distinct form and at low altitudes. They form in front systems or at various different occasions depending on temperature, pressure, humidity and the suns activity. If stra
TYPES OF STRATUS CLOUDS     Stratus:  Low, gray cloud layer or sheet with a fairly uniform base; sometimes appears in ragged patches; usually does not produce precipitation, but occasionally may give drizzle or snow grains; often forms by evaporation or lifting lower layers of a fog bank; composed of mi
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Stratus clouds are low-level cloud characterized by horizontal layering with a uniform base, as opposed to convective or cumuliform clouds that are formed by rising thermals . More specifically, the term stratus is used to describe flat, hazy, featureless clouds of low altitude varying in color from dark gray to nearly
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