It depends on the type of cloud and how fast the winds are. In a cumulus cloud, it will carry water for between 5 to 40 minutes after losing its supply of rising water vapor before dispersing. I don’t know how far that is, but it most certainly would depend on the speed of the wind.
Clouds can carry water depending on the type of cloud, velocity of wind and weight of the water molecules present. If the cloud becomes saturated with water very quickly, there is the tendency of the cloud losing the water when an additional molecule of water enters.
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