When snow melts from mountains, it generally flows into rivers. Melting snow accounts for 75% of all water found in streams in the western U.S.
Water runoff from mountains normally ends up in lakes and seas through rivers that run down the sides. The water also evaporates and participates in the water cycle by becoming clouds in our atmosphere, then rain on our earth’s surface, and finally back into the groundwater.
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