It sounds paradoxical, but if there’s enough light pollution in your corner of the world, the clouds stand out even in the night sky.
And it’s disappointing sometimes that you’re able to do that; wouldn’t you rather see the stars?
But just because you’ve been dealt a hand that you’re unhappy with doesn’t make the clouds any less spectacular than they are in the daytime.
Thousands of tons of water are floating miles in the sky, never in quite the same shape or location as their counterparts.
Stars, on the other hand, will always be there. Most are probably dead anyway, so far away that the light we see from them is essentially showing us how they looked billions of years ago. They aren’t going anywhere in the grand scheme of things.
Perspective is what matters, insofar as that it’s under your jurisdiction.