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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Planes flying above the cloud level in the upper troposphere not only release carbon dioxide but also another potent greenhouse gas, water vapour.
"Whilst the casualty was checked and loaded onto the stretcher the cloud level did drop but fortunately a brief opportunity was grabbed by the pilot for the helicopter to be able to winch the casualty from the mountain at about 8pm."
"Adents Prodigi solution was the best native cloud Level 4 solution that offers us scalable and cost-efficient IT architecture in addition to a quick and easy partners on-boarding," said Herve Abou, Head Pharmacist of Cristers.
Sadly from cloud level, the animals are pretty indistinguishable, though their elephants might be seen by the eagle-eyed.
This, in simple terms, means that a device will be intelligent both on cloud level and its own handset level, leading to a future where mobile devices can serve as capable personal assistants," it adds.
Under the partnership, Schneider Electric, Danfoss, and Somfy will align their connectivity and technology strategies to develop an open ecosystem that will make their products interoperable at controller level, or at cloud level through their application programming interface.
The scientists said Jupiter's jet streams, related to the familiar stripes on its surface, plunge some 1,800 miles (3,000km) below cloud level, and that its deep interior is comprised of a fluid hydrogen and helium mixture that rotates as if it were a solid body.
The coalition alleges the servers were hacked at cloud level and anonymous logins used to delete some of it.
These clouds travel fastest at the upper cloud level, some 65 to 72 km above the surface.
I think the service, the comfort, and the view of the sky above cloud level could have changed his mind and cheered him up.