What are Stratocumulus clouds?

Stratocumulus clouds are low, puffy and gray clouds that usually form in rows.

The blue sky can also be visible between these clouds.

Rain rarely occurs with stratocumulus clouds, however, they can turn into nimbostratus clouds that have light to moderate precipitation.

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