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Low Clouds
These are clouds with bases starting near Earth's surgace to 6,500 geet. Three types of low clouds are Stratus, Stratocumulus, and Cumulus. Stratus are thin, gray sheet-like clouds with low bases and bring drizzle and snow. Stratocumulus are rounded cloud masses that form on top of a layer. Cumulus are fair-weather clouds with flat bases and dome-shaped tops.