Yes, water evaporates from lakes to make rain.
In the “water cycle,” vapor from lakes, oceans, and rivers heated by the sun, rises into the air. Clouds are formed when vapor in the air rises to higher alititudes, and cools in the atmosphere. Clouds are made of tiny water droplets. A cloud can weigh several tons, even though they look like they’re weightless. When clouds get too heavy, they fall to earth–as rain, or snow, or hail. The rain and snow and hail run into rivers, lakes, and oceans. Then, when the sun heats up the oceans, lakes and rivers, evaporation is caused, and the water cycle starts all over again.
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