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Stratocumulus Clouds

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Stratocumulus: These low, lumpy cloud layers form below 6000 feet/1,8 km above sealevel and can appear in rows, patches or as rounded masses with blue sky in between the cloud elements. Precipitation rarely falls from Stratocumulus clouds. The individual cloud elements form where the air is rising while the blue sky in between the cloud elements indicates sinking air.




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