How do clouds work





How do clouds work
Clouds are pretty basic. They’re just a bunch of water vapor, or tiny droplets of liquid water, that are floating around up in the sky. Think of it like a bunch of tiny puffs of air just hanging out in the atmosphere. They form when warm air rises and cools off in the atmosphere. It’s like when you take a shower and the steam builds up in the bathroom – that’s basically the same thing. The only difference is that clouds form way, way higher up in the sky. Fun fact: a single cloud can contain anywhere from 200 million to 2 billion droplets of liquid water!