How Do Clouds Make Rain?


When the air temperature is right water vapor will rise and come together causing clouds, when the air temperature changes gravity causes the water vapor to fall which causes rain. If it is cold out and this process occurs, that is how you get snow because the rain will freeze on the way down.
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Because they are thicker than other clouds and thus less sunlight can make its way through. Embed Quote
they are highly dense water vapours which absorbs or scatter most of sunlight and there left some points of light reflection due to which clouds becomes grey or black. it depends
( ′rān ′klau̇d ) (meteorology) Any cloud from which rain falls; a popular term having no technical denotation.
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