I was all ready this morning to head outdoors, with my newly downloaded cloud identifier app, to name the clouds in the sky. Wrong. No clouds all day!
I naturally had to call my son and complain about the lack of clouds. (He is a pilot and is always watching the weather and the sky). His response: "Clouds are made of condensed moisture, and if there are no clouds then that means the air temperature is not low enough or the air is too dry."