How do you define a Cirrostratus cloud

cirrostratus clouds are thin chic

transparent class and can often cover

the entire sky giving it a milky

appearance they are often associated

with frontal lifting or convergence and

two sometimes the result of lifting

thinner altostratus clouds or the

smoothing of the elements in syrup

cumulus felt they made up of ice

crystals and can be associated with

light turbulence but are usually too

high for significant icing to find out

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