How is rain formed?


Rain is formed by warm air that rises up into the sky. The warm air collects together to form clouds. Then, the droplets get bigger and heavier and they form rain. You can find more information here:
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How is Rain Formed?
Rain is a form of precipitation in which water falls back to earth as a liquid. Precipitation that occurs in a solid form is snow or hail. There is always some water in the air, but the amount of water the air can hold depends mostly on temperature. Very... More »
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Rain is formed when air rises and it cools it causes wator vapor, when it gets warmer gravity causes the water vapor to fall causing rain droplets.
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