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Cloud types and pronunciations for cloud spotting

Met Office Cloud types and pronunciations Cirrus [sir-uhs] Cirrocumulus [sir-oh-kyoo-myuh-luhs] HIGH LEVEL above 6,000m Cirrostratus [sir-oh-strat-uhs] Altocumulus MID LEVEL 2,000m- 6,000m [al-toh-kyoo-myuh-luhs] Altostratus [al-toh-strat-uhs] Stratocumulus [strat-oh-kyoo-myuh-luhs] Nimbostratus [nim-boh-strat-uhs] LOW LEVEL 0-2,000m Cumulus Ikyoo-myuh-luhs] Cumulonimbus [kyoo-myuh-loh-nim-buhs] Stratus [strat-uhs] Produced by the Met Office © Crown copyright 2011 www.metoffice.gov.uk

Cloud types and pronunciations for cloud spotting

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The 10 main cloud types at the levels they can be spotted at with pronunciation guides.

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clouds

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