Why does rain fall from the sky on the ground?

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Why does rain fall from the sky on the ground?

Those clouds will form as the ground warms up, causing a bubble of rising air, and as that air continues to rise, the clouds grow and it can become one of those random downpours within minutes. In a way, it did sort of come out of nowhere.

Q. Can rain fall from clear blue sky?

Within a cloud, water droplets condense onto one another, causing the droplets to grow. When these water droplets get too heavy to stay suspended in the cloud, they fall to Earth as rain. Come to think of it, what makes it snow, hail, and sleet? All these forms of water don’t fall out of a clear, blue sky.

Q. Can rain come out of nowhere?

Those clouds will form as the ground warms up, causing a bubble of rising air, and as that air continues to rise, the clouds grow and it can become one of those random downpours within minutes. In a way, it did sort of come out of nowhere.

gray color
When it is raining, most often the sky is a gray color due to the rain droplets picking up traces of dust from the atmosphere as they form and fall from clouds. The clouds themselves also appear gray for the same reason. Also, clouds make it darker on the ground simply because they block sunlight.

Q. How is it snowing with no clouds?

What Causes Diamond Dust Snow? Diamond dust isn’t your typical snowfall. Unlike ordinary snow, it can fall from a cloudless sky, which is why it’s sometimes known as “clear sky precipitation.” This is possible thanks to another weather phenomenon called temperature inversion.

Q. What do virga mean?

In meteorology, a virga is an observable streak or shaft of precipitation falling from a cloud that evaporates or sublimates before reaching the ground. A shaft of precipitation that does not evaporate before reaching the ground is a precipitation shaft.

Q. What causes virga?

How does virga form? Simply put, virga are trails of precipitation that fall from the underside of a cloud but evaporate or sublime before it can reach the earth’s surface. This happens when falling rain or ice passes through an area of dry or warm air.

Rain is liquid precipitation: water falling from the sky. Raindrops fall to Earth when clouds become saturated, or filled, with water droplets. Rain is liquid precipitation: water falling from the sky. When the water droplet becomes too heavy to continue floating around in the cloud, it falls to the ground.

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