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What makes Clouds and why do they change their Shapes?

Clouds consist of droplets of water or tiny crystals of ice that float in air. Clouds form when warm air, containing moisture evaporated...

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What makes Clouds and why do they change their Shapes Clouds consist of droplets of water or tiny crystals of ice that float in the air. Clouds form when warm air, containing moisture evaporated from the Earth’s surface, rises into the sky and begins to cool. As the air cools, some of the vapor it contains condenses into tiny cloud droplets. As the clouds float through the cold air above the Earth, they often hit areas where the air is warmer. The warm air evaporates some of the cloud’s moisture, leaving the cloud with a new shape. Winds blowing against the clouds also affect the clouds’ shapes.

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