How Is Rain Formed?

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The oceans are the chief source of rain, but lakes and rivers also contribute to it. The Sun's heat evaporates the water. It remains in the atmosphere as an invisible vapour until it condenses, first into clouds and then into raindrops.
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How Is Rain Formed?
When you take a hot shower, steam condenses on the door and runs in rivulets to the tub. A similar process is responsible for rain showers. Weather events such as cold fronts and jet streams push warm air up where it condenses into raindrops.... More »
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Water moves on the earth in a cycle. As the water on the ground and in lakes and oceans interacts with the air some of it evaporates. As the amount of moisture in the air reaches saturation levels, it condenses and form rains and falls back to the ground.
Rain is formed when the sun's heat evaporates water turning it into a vapor. The vapor then rises to a level in the atmosphere where it is cool enough to change back into a liquid.
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