During forenoon notice a distinct terra-cotta or biscuit colour in the stratus clouds to the north.
Here are situated stratus and Trichonium, which has an excellent soil.
Through the gloom it appeared like a cloud, the lines of bedding giving to it the stratus character.
As the Cumulus belongs to the day, so does the stratus to the night.
They assume at different times and in different seasons, different shapes like those of the scud, the cumulus, or the stratus.
The stratus, an extended continuous level sheet of cloud, increasing from beneath.
It is of variable extent and thickness, and is called stratus, a bed or covering.
The wind lulled, and heavy clouds of stratus appeared in the east, towards evening.
Is the stratus of the upper regions of the atmosphere, heavier looking than the cirrus, but not so heavy as the stratus.
In the wet season they grow into the nimbus and stratus types that precede a sudden downpour of water or a furious hailstorm.
Plural strati (strāt'ī, strā'tī)
A diffuse, grayish cloud that often produces drizzle and is formed primarily in altitudes no higher than 2,000 m (6,560 ft). A stratus cloud close to the ground or water is called fog. See illustration at cloud.