When they are of moderate height and size, of a welldefined curved outline, and appear only during the heat of the day, they indicate a continuance of fair weather. But when they increase with great rapidity, sink down into the lower parts of the atmosphere,...
Handbook of Natural Philosophy: For School and Home Use - Page 248
by William James Rolfe, Joseph Anthony Gillet - 1869 - 328 pages
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