The four main ways that clouds can form are: Surface Heating. Mountains and Terrain. Weather Fronts (cold or warm)What are the steps of a cloud formation? Clouds are formed when moist air rises upward. As the air rises, it becomes colder.
Clouds form in three basic patterns:
Cirrus, from cirro, meaning curly or fibrous
Stratus, from strato, suggesting sheets or layers
Cumulus, from cumulo, indicating heaped or piled.
Waterspouts are in some ways like the tornadoes that form over land. But where tornadoes are associated with huge supercell thunderstorms, waterspouts can form during smaller storms or even just showers or the presence of the right kind of clouds. Read more: Tornadoes in Australia? They’re more common than you think How do waterspouts form?
Why do clouds tend to form well above the ground?
The updraft is what formed the cloud in the first place. Air rises from the ground in an updraft, and it cools as it rises. When it gets to a certain altitude its temperature is low enough that the water begins to condense out of it, forming the cloud. The particles fall against the updraft, so they don’t really fall.
Why do clouds move behind the Sun?
They are made of water droplets, and there are many different types of clouds with different densities. Extremely thin clouds will allow ALL the Sun or Moons light through- making it appear that they move behind the sun or moon .
How can there be clouds behind the sun&moon?
The Moon is said to be 238,000 miles away and the Sun 93 MILLLION miles, so how can they have clouds BEHIND them? This simple evidence solidifies that the heliocentric model is pure rubbish and a Great Lie.
Why can’t we see clouds directly in front of the Moon?
The Moon can be very very bright at times (especially a full or near full moon), and many clouds although visible by moon light (due to reflection and defraction) are actually pretty nebulous and therefore when they are directly in-front of the moon, they can be hard to spot (i. e. they don’t block much light).
But some flat-Earthers regard this as ‘evidence’ that the Sun and the Moon are close and apparently closer than some clouds. They are wrong. The phenomenon occurs because thinner clouds are transparent, and the light from the Sun or the Moon is relatively very bright.
How to identify the 10 different types of clouds?
Thus, the 10 types are: Low-level clouds (cumulus, stratus, stratocumulus) that lie below 6,500 feet (1,981 m)Middle clouds (altocumulus, nimbostratus, altostratus) that form between 6,500 and 20,000 feet (1981–6,096 m)High-level clouds (cirrus, cirrocumulus, cirrostratus) that form above 20,000 feet (6,096 m)More items.
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