Helium rises faster in cold air and rises slower in warm air. This has to do with the density (and weight) of air molecules in cold and warm temperatures. At cold temperatures helium is found in liquid form whereas in hot temperatures helium is found as a gas.
Helium becomes a gas at about 5 degrees above absolute zero (or minus 452 degrees F) , which is not exactly a “hot” temperature.
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