High-Level Clouds: Cirrus
Cirrus clouds are the most common types of cloud that are visible all year long in every season. Their distinguishable feature includes fine, thin texture, found at the highest altitude of the sky, between 16,500 ft to 45,000 ft.
Middle-Level Clouds: Altocumulus
Altocumulus clouds are the most common clouds in the middle stratus of the sky and emerge out in the skies all over the world. They are usually visible in white or gray colors, extensively spread out all over the sky.
Low-Level Clouds: Stratus
Stratus clouds usually consist of thin white layers that cover a large part of the sky. These clouds are also observed at a close approximation from the ground in the form of mist or fog.