Why Do We Have Clouds?

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Clouds normally occur when rising air, through expansion, cools to a certain level and some of the vapour molecules cluster together. This process then results to the formation of visible cloud droplets. The water normally rises directly from the underlying surface.
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Clouds protect us from the sun. They create a balance in the atmosphere since they are made of water. The clouds also help with global warming.
We have clouds because it is an indicator of precipitation in the atmosphere. There are different kinds of clouds such as cumulonimbus and nimbus, they are the ones that bring the rain.
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