Is the air temperature does not affect the steps in the water cycle?
By using the sun rays to calibrate the amount of water if the temperature affects the water cycle then it affects the whole world.
The Sun's energy powers the water cycle. Temperature, air movement, and how much water vapor is in the air affect how quickly water evaporates and condenses. Because land feature affect temperature, they affect the water cycle too. When wind blows moist air up one side of a mountain, clouds form there. More precipitation falls there than on the other side of the mountain.