Because all the droplets haven't come together yet so it isn't as heavy as water yet. Water vapor (a gas) rises up until it gets cool enough to turn to droplets. These droplets are clouds in all their amazing forms.
Asked in Science, Environmental Issues, Clouds
Why are thunder clouds gray?
Thunder clouds are grey because they are denser and heavier than other clouds. Clouds are just clumps of moisture beads that form in the atmosphere. Clouds that cause thunderstorms tend to contain much more moisture than other clouds - they are thicker and heavier, and thus they appear darker because light cannot get through them. ...
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How will knowing that ice is heavier than water help you in your life?
ice is not heavier than water
Asked in Global Warming, Rain and Flooding, Water Cycle
In the water cycle Where does water go after it's in the sky?
From wiki "Evaporation is caused when water is exposed to air and the liquid molecules turn into water vapor which rises up and forms clouds". This is because water vapor is lighter than air. The clouds then hold the water until a temperature drop causes the water to condense into droplets, which then are heavier than air and fall to the earth. ...
Asked in Science, Math and Arithmetic, Chemistry
The density of water is equal to 1 0 g cm3 A substance with density equal to 2 1 g cm3 would in water?
Being heavier (denser) than water, it would sink. Being heavier (denser) than water, it would sink. Being heavier (denser) than water, it would sink. Being heavier (denser) than water, it would sink. ...