What Type Of Weather Do Cirrus, Cumulus, And Stratus Clouds Make?

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Cumulus clouds bring fair weather
Stratus clouds bring rain
Cirrus clouds bring rain or snow
Thunderhead clouds bring rain with thunder and lighting
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There are different levels of clouds that is the high level, middle level and low level. Each of these causes a different kind of weather. The names of the clouds have originated from Latin on the basis of their shape as observed by people on the ground.

The Cirrus clouds are high level clouds and the due to the high altitude, the water is almost frozen to form ice crystals. If there are isolated Cirrus clouds, they don’t indicate any instability in the weather and may not bring rain. However, if the clouds are dense, they often indicate that a storm might be approaching.

Both  Stratus clouds and Cumulus clouds are low-level. Stratus clouds usually bring a drizzle and the there is widespread rain and in some cases ocean air. Cumulus clouds are neutral weather clouds.
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Cirrus clouds bring us storms and a stratus cloud brings us rain and a cumulus clouds are neutral weather clouds
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Cirrus brings stormy
cumulus brings fair weather
and stratus brings precipitation
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Cumulus brings fair weather.
Cirrus clouds mean there will be a change in the weather.
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Cumulus cloud makes a fair weather.
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Well, it really it depends on what kind of cloud you are talking about from those sections.  You see, Cirrus, Cumulus, and Stratus clouds are all different levels of hight.  Cirrus are high level clouds.  Stratus is low level clouds and Cumulus is in the middle.
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