Add Additional Slides
- Following the instructions outlined in the previous step, add four slides to your PowerPoint presentation with the Title and Text layout.
- Add the following text to these slides.
- Base starts at 5,000 meters (16,500 feet)
- Three types - Cirrus, Cirrostratus, and Cirrocumulus clouds
- Wispy or transparent in appearance allowing sunlight through
- Composed of ice crystals
- Base starts at 2,000 to 5,000 meters (6,500 to 16,500 feet)
- Two types - Altostratus and Altocumulus clouds
- Often appear as rolling or wavy gray layers
- Composed of water droplets
- Base start from near Earth's surface to 2,000 meters (6,500 feet)
- Three types - Stratus, Stratocumulus, and Cumulus clouds
- Thin, gray flat clouds that often bring drizzle and snow (Stratus) or white, puffy, fair weather cauliflower clouds (Cumulus)
- When stratus clouds reach the ground they are called fog
- These clouds can form at any height
- Two types - Nimbostratus and Cumulonimbus clouds
- Dark colored storm clouds that usually produce precipitation
- Cloud tops rise far above their bases due to rising warm air currents
- Save the modified Clouds presentation.