Clouds are a common phenomenon of cold weather because it require frigid temperatures to create clouds. Clouds traditionally form in the cold atmosphere where water vapor is abundant. However, if it is cold out and there are high amounts of moisture in the air, clouds can form much closer to the ground. This is the case with fog which stretches all the way to the Earth’s surface in the right weather conditions; cold and wet.
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