i think that clouds hold their water by saturation. so when the water gets more heavy then the cloud the water turns into droplets(rain). i know that this is not the best answer but at least i tried.
it depends how much water there is in it and how sunny it is. If it is sunny the sea water will evaporate and form a cloud.
Your average storm cloud does not hold any rain drops. It contains water vapor. Once the vapor forms a rain drop, the cloud can no longer hold it and it falls out of the cloud.
they can both hold water..............
1000 gallons of water.
it rains .
Precipitation or rain
condencation and precipitation clouds hold the water and they are water
It may become a cumulunimbus cloud and rain as long as it can hold it.
No, if the cloud is lower it is most likely to contain more water vapor. Hint: look at rain clouds they are usually closer to the surface of the earth.
the water cycle causes weather because when water evaporates, the amount of water determines how thick the clouds are and how much precipitation the cloud can hold. when the cloud can no longer hold and more precipitation, it poors out causing it to rain. depending on how cold or strong the precipitation is determines whether it rains, sleets, snows, or hails.
when water cools in a cloud? Condensation! :]
dew point is basically is the temperature when the air cant hold anymore water so the vapor changes to water. so how much water the air or cloud can hold determines it. i hope that makes sense to u. :)
because when water evaporates it forms a cloud full of water
First thing to do is to get a cup and pour water . Then light up fire and put it inside the glass and then get a bag of ice before the gas comes out. Next get the Bag of ice and put it on top of the glass and hold the water vapor and the a cloud will appear in the glass so good luck making your cloud.
Some clouds are darker because they are rain clouds. After the air condenses to its dew point, the water vapor that is no longer needed will form a liquid form of water, which in this case would be a cloud. The cloud would be full of water. When it can no longer hold the water, it starts to rain. The cloud is white when the sun shines on it. It becomes dark when the sky is dark, and then the thunder and rain comes.
I may not know much about it,but I think they form when a cloud gets too heavy to hold water vapor ,so it gets hot and sink,that is why we have fog,which is a nimbostartus cloud.
it is water in a cloud which is
the water in a lake or such evaporates the condesnses into a cloud and i hope this is rigght cause im high as a cloud :3
movement of water ocean to cloud and return from cloud to ocean.
Ligthing does NOT form a cloud. A cloud is formed by evorapted water moucles,
Yes, a cloud is condensation. Water evaporates into condensation (a cloud).
Because the cold air around you cannot hold as much water as warm air in your breath, the moisture in your breath condenses when it hits the cold air and forms into a little cloud.
No. Water vapor condense into tiny water droplets to form a cloud.
The third electron cloud, like the second, can hold 8 electrons. 2 in the s orbital, 6 in the p.