What are Cirrocumulus clouds?

Cirrocumulus clouds resemble small, rounded white puffs in long rows.

The small ripples in these clouds sometimes look like the scales of a fish.

Cirrocumulus clouds are more often seen in the winter and are usually a sign of fair, but cold weather.

In tropical regions, they may indicate an approaching hurricane.

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