as we go at higher place the temperature get cool ,so the cloud which contain water why not get convert into ice?

Asked by ushadevihld02 | 7th Jul, 2021, 08:21: PM

Expert Answer:

Supercooling, is a state where liquids do not solidify even below their normal freezing point. A good example of this phenomenon is found everyday in meteorology. Clouds in high altitude are an accumulation of supercooled droplets of water below their freezing point. They contain tiny droplets of water that, in the absence of seed crystals do not form ice despite the low temperatures due to the phenomenon of supercooling.

Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 8th Jul, 2021, 12:25: PM