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Misconception WCM113:

Rain falls from a cloud when the pool of water in the cloud becomes too large, so the cloud can no longer hold the water inside (AAAS Project 2061, n.d.).

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Rain falls from clouds when air cools, causing water droplets to form.



Rain forms as the air in a cloud cools, causing tiny water droplets to form and combine to form larger droplets.