- 2 weeks ago
Within a cloud, water droplets condense onto one another, causing the droplets to grow. When these water droplets get too heavy to stay suspended in the cloud, they fall to Earth as rain. ... When it evaporates—that is, rises from Earth's surface into the atmosphere—water is in the form of a gas, water vapor.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
You should do a You Tube search with questions like this. There are plenty of educational videos that can help you to understand different types of weather.
- Ender772Lv 71 month ago
it does seem strange how so much water can be in the air and not fall...but it helps to watch the sunset in summer. the sky is clear but as the sun gets lower the air cools and all that moisture in the miles of atmosphere above us it condenses into a cloud, and if there is enough moisture it condenses into a rain cloud.
so warm air holds lots of moisture and cold air holds only a little. so when air cools it expels the moisture and it forms clouds....and all the weather is controlled by warm and cold fronts