Cloud Heights MET

A relatively straightforward set of questions: you simply need to know that cirro clouds (including cirrus) are upper level clouds, alto clouds are medium level and stratus is really the only correct low level cloud (as cumulus cloud could hypothetically be based above 6500'.

CBCB —Cumulonimbuss and NSNS —Nimbostratus extend over multiple layers.

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Which of the following clouds are classified as low level clouds?
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