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Cloud QuizTest your knowledge of cloud types, and how you can use them to predict the weather. Pick your answer before advancing to the next slide to read the correct answer and learn a bit about the clouds shown.
Photography by Michael DeYoung. Michael DeYoung was an Air Force meteorologist for 12 years in Montana and Alaska. He is now a professional adventure photographer who spends the majority of his time in Alaska and New Mexico.
Q: What are the tails and wisps of cirrus clouds made up of? A. Ice crystals B. Water droplets C. Wind