Q. 7. How are clouds formed?
We know that clouds are formed by the process of condensation and evaporation. When water from the oceans, ponds, rivers, lakes, plants, fields, and other land surfaces evaporates, warm and moist air rises in the atmosphere. At higher altitudes, when the air becomes cooler and water vapour contained in the air condenses. On condensation, these form tiny water droplets. These tiny water droplets collect and float in the air as clouds.