All clouds are formed by very tiny droplets of water and/or ice crystals that are so small and light that they float. Stratus Clouds (derived from the Latin “layer”) float horizontally, with an even, uniform bottom. having horizontal layers with an extremely even, uniform bottom.
Most stratus clouds, especially high in the atmosphere, are composed of water vapor. Stratus clouds also contain cloud condensation nuclei, which can refer to water vapor or aerosol particles that are hydroscopic and can attract water.
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