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stratiform

 [strat´ĭ-form]
occurring in layers.

stratiform

/strat·i·form/ (-form) having a layered structure.

stratiform

(străt′ĭ-form) [L. stratum, layer, + forma, shape]
Arranged in layers.

stratiform

occurring in layers.
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The other 92 percent are nonclassical freezing rain, which is an all-liquid process from the top of the stratus cloud all the way to the ground; the ice phase is not necessarily involved.
Do the same for the cumulus clouds (small, fluffy, white) and stratus clouds (low, flat, gray).
04 (stratus)" (2013) pairs still images of vast landscapes of stratus clouds with Nicolai's minimal electronics (he has had an almost two-decade career as a musician, playing under the Alva Noto moniker, and also runs the Raster-Noton music label).
If stratus clouds clump into dark, rounded clouds, fetch your raincoat, too, because heavier rain is probable with these stratocumulus clouds.
It's amorphous and triumphant a haze of acoustic guitars, airy synthesizers and tumbling drums floating beneath Vernon's hallucinogenic yowl, like two stratus clouds overlapping in a dream.
Look at the clouds and write down whether they are cirrus, cumulus, or stratus clouds.
Together with many others in the eastern United States, TONY FLANDERS saw superb stratus clouds on August 11th and 12th.