clouds are formed by salt and pollutant particles in the atmosphere, water vapors rise to the upper atmosphere along with these particulates and condense on the particles when it reaches a cold enough temperature. When these clouds condense with enough water, the particles all rub together creating friction thus lightning, and the water becomes too heavy to be suspended in the air and falls as rain.
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