Aside from, maybe, pilots and meteorologists, not many people take an interest in studying any types of facts about cloud formations. Many of them, however, can be extremely interesting. And it’s enough to look towards the sky at the right moment and see the beauty and even bizarreness of some of these shapes to realize that you really want to dive deep into the facts about cloud formations that could explain them.
1. High-Level Cloud Formations
Most people believe clouds to be formed from water vapor, but one of the more curious facts about cloud formations is that high altitude cloud species such as cirrus or cirrostratus are actually made up of ice crystals. They are often thin and transparent, their movement rarely being visible to the naked eye.