Cu fractus

Typical fair-weather clouds and are formed when warm air thermals rises and condenses to form the cloud. Their ever changing shape is due to the cloud`s moisture evaporating into the surrounding air. Sometimes these clouds are known as happy go lucky clouds looking more like patches of mist. In this situation, these clouds formed due to cool mistral winds travelling over a warm sea in a slightly unstable airmass.

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