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What Is The Formation Of Frontal Rainfall?

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When water vapour(gas) rises in a 'parcel' of air and the expands, cooling. The water vapour then condenses to form what we see as clouds. These tiny water droplets then get spun about in turbulence, collide, and coalesce around hygroscopic particles(dust, pollen, etc.). Eventually they gain enough weight and fall to the earth.
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We you see guest, Frontal RAinfall is quite difficult to comprehend and if you think that I will be able to explain the formation of Frontal rainfall- you are unfortunately mistaken.
Nonetheless, I can tell you that when a cold front of air and a warm front of air collide, the warm front will rise and cool. This will then condense and form water droplets (the water vapour will condense). Thus clouds will form and it will eventually rain.
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