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2015-07-16T22:25:53+05:30
Clouds are formed when air containing water vapor is cooled below a critical temperature called the dew point and the resulting moisture condenses into droplets on microscopic dust particles (condensation nuclei) in the atmosphere.
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2015-07-21T19:24:41+05:30
Dear Vignesh, if you understand terms like dew point etc. you can follow Aparna74004's answer but if you are in a junior class, this might be helpful.
Clouds are formed when water vapour from seas, rivers, lakes and other water bodies condenses to form tiny water droplets at a low temperature high up in the atmosphere.These tiny droplets then come together to form clouds. Hope this was helpful
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