Where Do Clouds Come from?

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Clouds come from fog. A cloud is a large compilation of very tiny drops of water or ice crystals. Clouds are normally white in colour, since their colour is used to reflect the light of the sun.
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Clouds come from the evaporated water of bodies of water and the leaves of trees. The evaporated water will rise to a higher level into cooler air and drier air.
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