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Cirrocumulus

puffy (mackeral sky) | Highest level (above 18,000ft.)

Cirrus

Wispy | Highest level (above 18,000 ft.)

Altocumulus

Puffy | (6,000 to 20,000ft.)

Altostratus

Wispy | (6,000 to 20,000ft.)

Stratocumulus

Puffy white clouds that are banded together | (Below 6,000ft.)

Stratus

(Type of Precipitation: Drizzle) -- Wispy greyish clouds | (Below 6,000 ft.)

Nimbostratus

Low rain clouds, steady precipitation | (Below 6,000 ft.)

Cumulus

(Type of Precipitation: Flurries) -- Beginnings of storm clouds, are beginning to rise and turn grey. | (Below 6,000 ft.)

Cumulonimbus

Type of precipitation: Hailstones -- Storm clouds that rise through all of the troposphere and are capped by an anvil as the clouds spread at the tropopause. | (Below 6,000 ft.)

Cumuliform

Types of precipitation: Showers & snow squalls

Stratus

Types of precipitation: Drizzle & snow Grains

Cumulus congestus

Type of precipitation: Snow pellets

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