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Define fog, dew, rain, snow and frost - 5th grade

Define fog, dew, rain, snow and frost.

Fog:


In winter morning, closer to the ground, the water vapours suspended in air form fog. Due to fog, visibility in the winter morning reduces.
Fog

Dew:


in the morning water droplets are seen on the surface of leaves and grasses, this is called dew As there is a moisture in the air and due to the condensation of these droplets dew is formed.

Dew

Rain:


Winds having water vapours cool down at height in the sky and condense to form clouds. They tiny droplets of water present in the clouds join together and fall towards the Earth's surface as rain.

Rain

Snow:


Snow is a form of precipitation. The water vapours present in clouds at greater

heights turn into frozen ice-crystals. These ice crystals join together to form snow flakes which slowly fall to the Earth's surface.

Snow

Frost:


When the temperature of air falls below the freezing point, small white crystals are formed on the surface of ground. It is called frost.

Frost



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