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" St.-Cu. presents the appearance of a gray layer irregularly broken up into masses of which the edge is often formed of smaller masses, often of wavy appearance resembling A.-Cu. Sometimes this cloud-form presents the characteristic appearance of great... "
Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections - Page 226
1913
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Smithsonian Meteorological Tables

Smithsonian Institution - 1921 - 261 pages
...directions. 6. Strato-cumulus (St.-Cu.). — Large globular masses or rolls of dark clouds often coverall the whole sky, especially in winter. Generally St.-Cu....of a much lighter color. (Roll-cumulus in England. Wuktcumulus in Germany.) St.-Cu. clouds may be distinguished from Nb. by their globular or rolled appearance,...
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Handbook of Meteorology: A Manual for Cooperative Observers and Students

Jacques Wardlaw Redway - 1921 - 294 pages
...in parallel lines, and pressed close against one another. In their centers these rolls are dark in color. Blue sky may be seen through the intervening spaces, which are much lighter in color. (Roll-cumulus in England, Wulst-cumulus in Germany.) Strato-cumulus clouds may...
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Meteorology for Coast Artillery

J. J. Johnson - 1923 - 92 pages
...lines and pressed up. against one another. In their centers these rolls are of a dark blue colour. Blue sky may be seen through the intervening spaces, which are of a much lighter colour. St.-Cu. clouds 'may be distinguished from Nb. by their globular or rolled appearance, and by...
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Aeronautical Meteorology

Willis Ray Gregg - 1925 - 144 pages
...cloud-form presents the characteristic appearance of great rolls arranged in parallel lines and pressed up against one another. In their centers these rolls...intervening spaces, which are of a much lighter color. St.-Cu. clouds may be distinguished from Nb. by their globular or rolled appearance, and by the fact...
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Circular

United States. Weather Bureau - 1925
...parallel lines and pressed up against one another. In their centers these rolls are of a dark colour. Blue sky may be seen through the intervening spaces, which are of a much lighter colour. St.-Cu. clouds may be distinguished from Nb. by their globular or rolled appearance, and by...
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American Practical Navigator: An Epitome of Navigation & Nautical Astronomy ...

Nathaniel Bowditch - 1931 - 852 pages
...which the edge is often formed of smaller masses, often of wavy appearance resembling A.-Cu. Sometunes this cloud-form presents the characteristic appearance...that they are not generally associated with rain. INSTRUMENTS AND ACCESSOKIES IN NAVIGATION. openings in these clouds an upper layer of Ci.-St. or A.-St....
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Circular

United States. Weather Bureau - 1932
...appearance of great rolls arranged in parallel lines and pressed against one another, as shown in Figure 7. Blue sky may be seen through the intervening spaces which are of much lighter color. St.-Cu. clouds may be distinguished from nimbus by their globular or rolled appearance,...
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Journal of the Outdoor Life, Volume 20

1923
...parallel lines and pressed close up against one another. In their centres these rolls are dark, but blue sky may be seen through the intervening spaces which are of a much lighter color. They are rarely rain clouds. Nimbus are rain clouds. They consist of a thick layer of dark, shapeless...
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