Water, as goes into atmosphere by the processes of evaporation and _transpiration and forms clouds, which on condensation fall in the form of rain and snow.
Water from water bodies evaporates on getting heated. Plants also transpire water from their leaves, known as transpiration. The air at high altitudes is so cold that the water vapor condenses and forms tiny droplets of water which appear to us as clouds. When the clouds cannot hold any more water, it falls down on the surface of earth in the form of rain and in form of snow at places that have very cold temperature.
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