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What are Cirrostratus clouds?

Cirrostratus clouds are thin, sheetlike high clouds that often cover the entire sky.

These clouds are so thin that the sun and moon can be seen through them.

Cirrostratus clouds usually come 12 to 24 hours before a rain or snow storm.

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