This guide shows you how to predict the weather by just looking at the clouds!
Wondering what weather it’s going to be? Too lazy to watch the weather report? Predict the weather yourself by simply looking at the clouds!
These are often guided by rain, ice crystals or snow.
These generate a lot of wind and can grow into a cumulonimbus cloud.
These can cause rain, snow and thunderstorms.
They don’t bring lot of problems themselves, only drizzle, light rain or sometimes snow, but they are often on the front or tail of worse weather, in the form of thunderstorms and gusty winds.
These precede a cold front, and on a warm, humid summer morning, they signal that thunderstorms will generate later that day.
These often precede rain.
These cause rain.
These also predict rain.
These precede … guess what … rain!