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I think these may be altocumulus Altocumulus are medium-height cumulus clouds (between 2000 - 6000 metres above the ground) . They are a sign that unsettled weather is on the way.  On a bright Winter's day over Epsom Downs, contrails form a noughts and crosses board in the sky Cumulus clouds gather over London on a warm spring day A small cumulus cloud floats through a summer sky. Notice the grey colour of the under side of the cloud, which is simply caused by shadow.  A double rainbow in the Swiss Alps.
V Stannard Mike Freedman Mike Freedman Mike Freedman Chris McAnna
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Cirrus clouds. These high (often around 6000m), thin clouds are sign of high pressure and usually indicate good weather.        
Mike Freedman        
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