1 (edited by erichjohn.orpiano 2018-02-05 14:29:20)

Topic: ReadTheory

I read Look Up! it's all about clouds and weather then it explains what clouds look like for me they look like fluffy cotton but they're made out of a fog. Fog begins to form when water vapor condenses into tiny liquid water droplets suspended in the air. Large, puffed up clouds are called cumulus clouds. These clouds are positioned in the middle of the sky and usually indicate sunny weather and clear skies. Stringy, feathery clouds high in the sky are called cirrus clouds. Cirrus clouds get their appearance from the wind. A dark gray blanket of clouds in the sky indicates that rain will come. These clouds are called stratus clouds. These are the lowest clouds in the sky.