How do clouds keep heat in?



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    Clouds help keep heat in by absorbing infrared radiation from the earth’s surface and directing back to the earth. The cumulative effect traps the heat and slows the cooling of the earth, its why it feels so muggy after a summer rainstorm when the clouds are still around. But, clouds also cool the earth by the same means. They’re able to bounce the sun’s radiation back towards the sun before it even hits the earth.

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