There are many ways to find out how the weather will be where you are. You could make a fire and see if the smoke gets pushed to the ground, look at the clouds, or look at your local weather channel.
This article will be about how to decide what the weather will be by looking at the clouds. This skill could come in handy if you are camping, going on a boat, planning a picnic, or if your stranded some where.
This information will come from, "SAS Survival Handbook" by John Wisemen.
Clouds are the most reliable of the weather signs. Clouds are mostly made up of masses of water vapor which becomes visible as it condenses with cooling. If this cooling continues, the droplets of water increase in size until, to heavy to remain airborne, they fall as rain.