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Clouds that cover a large area are?

Tara Andrews

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Jessie Thompson on January 16, 2018

The clouds that cover a large area are called "strata".The strata are formed at medium or low elevation; spread out layer upon layer covering a substantial area of stratus mists thicken, precipitation for the most part covers more of the area. The stratus are low clouds that create a vague, nebulous veil with a uniform basis across the sky. Not as a rule deliver the precipitation, however a sprinkle or snow grains are conceivable with stratus fog. In particular stratus cloud that influences the transport of fog.

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