Are clouds at higher altitudes thicker?



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    No, clouds at lower altitudes are denser due to gravity. The higher the clouds are the air becomes less dense and the particulates in the cloud are smaller to be able to remain suspended in the air. Therefore, most of the water condenses at the lower parts of the clouds. It is apparent if viewed in the picture linked below.

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