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Misconception WCM043:

Clouds, fog, and rain form as air becomes warmer (Bar, 1989).

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As cool air moves toward warmer air, the cool air can push the warmer air upward, which causes the warmer air to cool, condense, and form clouds.



If two places have the same amount of water vapor in the air, rain is more likely to fall in the place where the air is cooler.