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Hey Liam, The answer to your question goes like this: During day time water from various sources like lake, lake, waterway, ocean, well and so on get vanished(evaporated) and this water fume(vapours) ascends with the hot air. At a specific tallness the air cools and the water vapours condenses to form minute droplets and form clouds. Clouds are, in essence, massive collections of tiny water droplets and crystallized water molecules. The various shapes, surfaces and different highlights of mists rely generally upon the conditions under which they frame and later create. For example, temperature, humidity and altitude are for the most part factors that influence cloud arrangement.
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