Introduction: Making a Cloud Journal
Before we begin, this is also for a school project. I have given you ideas and tips on making this, but it also features an example.
Step 1: Making Your Journal!
For this journal, you'll want to have a few items.
LOCATION-Where you are when you record your entry
TIME-The time at which you did the entry
VISUAL REFERENCE-A picture to accompany your journal
TEMPERATURE-The temperature it was during your recording
WEATHER CONDITIONS-What it was like
CLOUD TYPES-The type of cloud you saw
Step 2: Day One
W-Cold and little wind
C-These are cirrus clouds
Step 3: Day Two
C-These are stratus clouds
Step 4: Day Three
L-A friend's house
W-Cold and slightly windy
Step 5: Day Four
W-Cold. Minnesota can be so boring sometimes!
Step 6: Day Five
L-On an airplane to Florida! Vacation!
T-I have no idea where I was when I took this, but I'm guessing about 50 where I'm at.
W-Sorry, I can't really apply that to this entry due to being on a plane.
C-I believe these are cumulus.
Step 7: Day Six
L-On vacation, Vero Beach
W-Very windy, but warm
C-Fibratus, and I believe I see a little cumulus in the background.
Step 8: Day Seven
L-Vacation, Vero Beach
T-1:00 or so
C- *sigh* Cumulus. I'm getting sick of these.
Step 9: Day Eight
L-As you can see, near muppet 3d vision.
W-not much going on
Step 10: Day Nine
L-On the way to Vero
Step 11: Day-10
L-My aunt's house (two doors down from mine)
We have a be nice policy.
Please be positive and constructive.