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Endless sea of clouds
When air containing water vapor rises high enough it cools to its dew point and condenses the vapor, forming very tiny water droplets or ice crystals around dust or other particles in the atmosphere. Wind currents hold the droplets aloft, creating clouds. As a cloud becomes denser and darker, water droplets merge with each other until they are too heavy to be held aloft, resulting in a downpouring of rain.
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