- from Weather
Clouds are everywhere! When it’s so cold you can see your breath, what you are seeing is actually a little cloud.
When steam rises from a kettle of boiling water, it’s a cloud you’re seeing. When the fog rolls in, you guessed it—it’s a cloud.
The air around us is filled with moisture. Air soaks up water from oceans, lakes, and rivers. As air rises from the warmth of the ground and meets cooler air above, its temperature falls. This causes the moisture to form microscopic droplets of water in a process called condensation. Clouds are made up of millions of these tiny droplets.