Cloud Base refers to a given cloud or cloud layer, that lowest level in the atmosphere at which the air contains a perceptible quantity of cloud particles.
In short, it means the level or altitude of the lowest part of a general mass of clouds. It is traditionally expressed either in m or feet above mean sea level (or planetary surface), or as the corresponding pressure level in hectopascal (hPa, equivalent to millibar)
Cloud Base = ( ( Temperature - Dew point ) / 4.4 ) * 1000 )
Temperature - the amount of heat or cold measured on a thermometer.
Dew point - the temperature to which air must be cooled for saturation to occur
Cloud base refers to the level or altitude of the lowest part of a general mass of clouds.
Calculate the Cloud base by the given details
Enter the temperature: 25 Fahrenheit
Dew point: 50 Fahrenheit
Cloud Base = (( Temperature - Dew point ) / 4.4 ) * 1000 )
Cloud base: -5681.818181818182 Foot