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How the rain water work and how the cloud are formed above earth how it move above earth
 
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Here you go!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Water_cycle

 
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Satamax Antone wrote:Here you go!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Water_cycle



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I have seen water vapor that go to sky but i don't understand how it move from one country to another country which force act on it does it wind
 
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Wind, coriolis force jet streams and a few other effects.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cloud#Distribution:_Where_tropospheric_clouds_are_most_and_least_prevalent
 
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Satamax Antone wrote:Wind, coriolis force jet streams and a few other effects.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cloud#Distribution:_Where_tropospheric_clouds_are_most_and_least_prevalent



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From where the wind come does wind is outer earth surface also
 
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Wind results mainly from temperature differences. Hot air rises, cool air falls. If you spin the ellipsoid shape that is the earth, you get coriolis, jet streams, et cetera. Add to that the differential heating that occurs on the day side versus night side, and you get regular diurnal temperature swings, especially in arid climates without much moisture to hold heat through the night.

Weather can be seen as a heat distribution mechanism, taking heat from the equator and moving it around, mostly pole-ward, so that the oceans around the planet's middle don't boil.

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