Cirrocumulus clouds occur at the highest altitude, from 16000 to 40000 feet; they are formed by ice crystal and supercooled water droplets. They are small and white like a patch or a tuft, usually grouped together forming a sort of shield. According to their shape they can take the name of cirrocumulus ondulatus.
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