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Altocumulus perlucidus clouds invading or exchanging?
« on: June 09, 2010, 01:30:35 »

Altocumulus perlucidus clouds invading or exchanging?


Altocumulus perlucidus clouds invading the sky


Altocumulus perlucidus clouds can invade a sky very quickly. These patchwork quilt looking clouds will suddenly appear in a sky, advance rapidly invading the space around it.

Are Altocumulus perlucidus clouds just normal weather of hot/cold air or are they part of the earths weather global electric circuit? do these clouds show that there is EU activity happening? do Altocumulus perlucidus clouds show that there is a flow or discharge of energy between layers or along that pathway?

are Altocumulus perlucidus clouds triggered by the clouds below and above them or even around them on the same plane? are all clouds part of the earths exchange system and energy circuit? are all clouds secondary effects?


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When Cumulus increases rapidly, a Cirro-stratus is frequently seen to form around its summit, reposing thereon as on a mountain, while the former Cloud continues discernible in some degree through it. This stat of things continues but a short time. The Cirro-stratus speedily becomes denser and spreads, while the superior part of the CUmulus extends itself and passes into it, the base continueing as it was, while the convex protuberances change their position till they present themselves laterally and downward.
The climate of London: deduced from meteorological observations ..., Volume 1 By Luke Howard


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