cloud level

cloud level

[′klau̇d ‚lev·əl]
(meteorology)
A layer in the atmosphere in which are found certain cloud genera; three levels are usually defined: high, middle, and low.
At a particular time, the layer in the atmosphere bounded by the limits of the bases and tops of an existing cloud form.
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Winchman Sgt Dave Currie, who was lowered onto the mountain from the RAF helicopter to help the rescuers, said one man had been able to walk down the mountain to get below the cloud level, but the other had to be carried.
One was carried down to below the cloud level, and the other was able to walk before being winched into the Sea King and flown to hospital at Bangor.
At this point, the storm is approximately 40 km, 25 miles, above the cloud level of Saturn and is actively interacting with the planet's atmosphere.
By the new week, air flows from the east as deep as the middle cloud level, penetrating Namibian skies by Tuesday.
We have the highest security standards in the industry; we have all kinds of levels of security, from the cloud level, the infrastructure, down to the device level of our printers, to really offer security standards that ensure that documents are only printed when you give access or you want to print them out," he adds.
That will be the greatest of things," he said, speaking on the mountain, already high above the cloud level.
We were soon proceeding over the countryside at a sedate speed - the Rapide cruises at about 70mph and below the cloud level at only 1,500 ft - which is fairly novel and entirely welcome.
Having observed the display for a few minutes, I then noticed three orange lights in the sky at about cloud level.
Last night, members of the Glencoe mountain rescue team were carrying the man below cloud level, where he could be reached by a second helicopter from Lossienouth.
He wrote that one incident of particular interest took place on 9th November, when an Aeroflot IL62 made an unauthorized and unannounced descent from 35,000 ft to 10,000 ft just below cloud level, to fly over RAF Boulmer, a radar station currently being modernised.
I've filmed anything from kayaking, rock climbing, mountain biking, to track and field to just casual walking," said photographer and videographer Mike Hagadorn, who has begun to build his own drones to support his Colorado-based firm, Cloud Level Media.