High cirrostratus congealing like oatmeal; snow is on the way, or rain--you never can tell this season.
What does CS stand for?
CS stands for Cirrostratus (cloud formation)
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Answers to the Last Sckrambler GFO: FOG EAHZ: HAZE HAAR: HAAR STIM: MIST SSTTRAU: STRATUS SOBMINSUTART: NIMBOSTRATUS RCIRSU: CIRRUS ARTSTCOMUCUULS: STRATOCUMULUS SLIARTNOC: CONTRAILS BUSNIM: NIMBUS UUOIUCMLNMBS: CUMULONIMBUS TOALARSTTUS: ALTOSTRATUS ARE'M SLAIT: MARE'S TAILS SRTATUSORRCI: CIRROSTRATUS ALUUUOLTCMS: ALTOCUMULUS LLBWOI ULOCSD: BILLOW CLOUDS PILEUS LCUOSD: PILEUS CLOUDS OORGRAPHCI SDCLOU: OROGRAPHIC CLOUDS RATSTUS ARFTCSU: STRATUS FRACTUS NUSGDO: SUNDOG Now for an Early Bird Sckrambler Prizes will be awarded to the 12th, the 22nd, the 42nd, the 102nd and the 142nd persons who return the correct solutions to the sckrambled words no later than March 25th.
This beautiful phenomenon is caused by sunlight passing through high Cirrostratus clouds which consist of ice crystals.
The first eighteen missions of the XXth Bomber Command have proved that a cirrostratus [cloud] persistently exists at altitudes varying from 21,000 ft.
Like bright and dark water together like cirrus and cirrocumulus and cirrostratus their shadows covered the plains.
The Cirrostratus systems for photoresist electro-deposition targeted at wafer bumping and MEMS-type thick film processes.
Divided into sections devoted to low, middle, and high clouds, this field guide to the skies includes such details as the ferocious, storm-producing capabilities of the cumulonimbus, the UFO-like appearance of the altocumulus lenticularis, and the halo-forming tendencies of the cirrostratus.
The cloud types shown on the stamp pane are: Cirrus radiatus, Cirrostratus fibratus, Cirrocumulus undulatus, Cumulonimbus mammatus, Cumulonimbus incus, Altocumulus stratiformis, Altostratus translucidus, Altocumulus undulatus, Altocumulus castellanus, Altocumulus lenticularis, Stratocumulus undulatus, Stratus opacus, Cumulus humilis, Cumulus congestus and Cumulonimbus with tornado.