Yes. Healthy forests help build clouds and distribute water throughout the atmosphere. Forests push oxygen into the atmosphere through columns of rising air. Along with this oxygen goes vaporized water, which condences and turns into clouds. In areas where the forests have been destroyed, healthy clouds turn into dry, nonproductive (meaning they produce moisture) clouds.
I was interrupted, so here’s a minor correction. Nonproductive clouds do NOT produce moisture.
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