100% is the highest Relative Humidity possible, and is met within fogs and clouds.
Clouds and fog are related to precipitation because both of them are water vapor. Essentially fog is just a low ground cloud.
Because of the clouds when it was December the clouds condensed and to heavy so they form fogs it covers the lowland and the highland.
cirrostratus and stratus clouds
Clouds occur when water condenses high in the air. Fog occurs when water condenses at ground level. Fog also occurs when the ground is colder than the air moving over it.
yes clouds are considered a gas in the science study solid,liquid and gas
Yes. And this is the cause of fogs. Fogs are just dust particles on which water is present. There are no fogs in America as it does not have dust particles.
The clouds lower themselves towards the earth and pick up the water from the oceans, that's when they're usually called fogs. Another way is through evaporation, when water is heated up by the sun so much, then the water droplets lift up towards the sky into the clouds.
Tornadoes form in cumulonimbus clouds, which can be considered a variety of nimbus.
ground fogs common near lakes and rivers because it is moist and cool there.
No, they are made of water droplets or ice crystals depending on the type.While clouds look very dense, most are no more opaque than ground fogs, with visibilities of a hundred meters or more. However, this is a small distance considering the speed at which aircraft travel through them. The densest clouds can reduce visibility to a few meters.
These clouds are considered dangerous because of they are the clouds of thunderstorms, which can produce lightning, heavy rain, strong winds and potentially hail and tornadoes.
They are considered low level clouds. Same as Cumulus, funnel, and shelf clouds.
ANSWER:Venus, Earth, Saturn, Jupiter, Neptune and Uranus have clouds. Only the Earth has waterdroplet clouds, the rest are usuallyfrozen gas clouds. Venus is considered to be the most cloudy and its clouds are mainly sulfuric acid droplets.
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Clouds are considered mixtures. They are a mixture made of air and water. Once air saturates, it creates ice and water droplets. These mix and condense into clouds.
There are some here in Australia
they are very poisonous
Yes, Clouds are normally formed in the Upper Troposphere and lower stratosphere. Some clouds are higher than others. Fog is considered a cloud, except it's at ground level.
Any form if water falling from the clouds wether it be rain, sleet, snow or hail is considered precipitation.
condensation is where a gas changes into liquid. so when vapor condenses it form clouds and then it rains, as well as it forms fogs. when this happens, it rains then the whole water cycle process starts again.