A cloud is a mass of water droplets formed when air above the surface of the earth is cooled below the dew-point. As clouds float through the cool air above the earth they often hit areas where the air is warmer. The parts of the cloud touching the warm air then evaporate, leaving the cloud with a new shape. Winds blowing against the clouds also create new shapes.
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