how can changes in temperature and /or air pressure result in
the formation of clouds
Clouds form based on weather conditions, so studying the formations lets us know what the weather is like and how it's probably going to change.
Increase in humidity, and decrease in temperature.
Some common cloud formations include the cirrus, cirrocumulus, altocumulus, altostratus, cumulonimbus, stratocumulus, stratus, and cumulus. There are many other types as well.
The temperature of a body of air will typically decrease when a cloud forms. This is because the cloud forms a buffer between the air and the suns warming rays.
Wispy, high cloud formations
Cloud formations are the direct result of high and low pressure systems colliding and forming condensation (the cloud).
A cloud will stop rising because of a temperature inversion in the stratosphere. This change makes an invisible barrier that keeps them from rising.
winds temperatures and cloud formations
How temperature is affected by cloud formation
Cloud formation is what fuels and sustains violent storms. Without these cloud formations the storms would not be anywhere near as strong as they are.
because condensation is simply just a change of the water temperature in the air. a temperature change is a physical change. clouds form when the water vapor condenses, so therefore, cloud formation is a physical change.
The air temperature of the air is cold when it rains and the cloud temperature is cold when it rains
Cloud cover does not have a temperature. It affects the rate of heating or cooling.
This is a trick question. It uncorrectly postulates that weather is a result of cloud formations, while in truth, weather is caused by government cloud seeding.
Cumulonimbus. big billowing clouds that look like mushrooms.