Strato-cumulus

Related to Strato-cumulus: cumulus cloud, low clouds

Stra`to-cu´mu`lus


n.1.(Meteor.) Large balls or rolls of dark cloud which frequently cover the whole sky, esp. in winter, and give it at times an undulated appearance.
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But the Met Office said a sheet of strato-cumulus cloud moving in from the East Coast of England had already lifted fog in parts of Kent and Sussex.