Precipitation (otherwise known as rain, snow, hail, or sleet) affects the air in many ways. Water vapor in the air that becomes to heavy to be held in cloud form in the sky falls to the earth, and depending on the temperature surrounding this water vapor, the precipitation can take on different forms. Typically the air is quite cold during a rain, hail, or snow storm, and is virtually cleansed by the falling water of particles. These particles can be dust, chemicals, and pollution; this is why the air always seems much clearer after a storm, as all the particles have been washed down upon the ground and water bodies.
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