Large Printable Cloud Template

Nov 01, 2011
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What exactly is a cloud in the sky?

A cloud refers to a certain mass and amount of water droplets or ice crystals  gathered and suspended in the atmosphere. Clouds are built when water in the sky is condensed. This makes the water vaporization visible. To recognize more about clouds with large cloud template.


How does a cloud stay in the sky?

Sometimes, we are curious. Even though the size of clouds are quite big and contain rich water droplets or ice crystals, they still look steady. This happens because every water droplet or ice crystal that makes up a cloud has a very light density and mass. In fact, gravity doesn't seem to matter much. Water that has a larger volume, such as rainwater, tends to fall faster. When it comes to the water droplets or crystal ice, they are light enough and have a wider surface so that air can push them to blow upwards.


What is the 4 types of clouds?


The classification of clouds mainly divided into two categories, which are location and shape. We can download large cloud template to engage us more with the shapes of clouds. Commonly, there are four specific kinds of clouds:
1.    Cirrus clouds
This cloud tends to look translucent or thin, light, and looks higher in the sky. This kind of cloud is formed from the water crystal. This makes the cloud seem thin. When the Cirrus cloud appears with blue sky, commonly, the day will be bright.
2.    Cumulus clouds
When we imagine the clouds as puffy like cotton candy, it means that the cloud is classified as a cumulus cloud. They gather and form a fluffy shape. It looks like a pile of thick cotton. The cloud is built when warm air is lifted up bringing the water vapor throughout an evaporation process. The color of this cloud is usually white or gray. This cloud can predict the rain in a day. If the cloud is gray, it will rain. If only the clouds look puffy, it means there are no raindrops.
3.    Stratus clouds
The appearance of the stratus cloud is like a thick and huge blanket. It can look like covering the sky. When the weather is cold, but the air is warmer, this can create a stratus cloud. When this type of cloud appears on the sky, this is the signal of hard rain or snow will fall. Stratus clouds can be named as a fog if they are close to the ground.
4.    Nimbus clouds
These kinds of clouds can be divided into two types, cumulonimbus and stratonimbus. The cumulonimbus clouds seem fluffy and so dark, even they look slightly black. This also involves rain falling out. The stratonimbus one can be noticed from the blanket-like shape and also followed by the rain. The most primary similarity of both is the cloud already contains rain or snow dropping from it.

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