Water is present in the atmosphere.
Earth and Space Science
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The emphasis is not in naming cloud types, but in relating the characteristics of the clouds with weather.
The emphasis at this grade level is investigating condensation and evaporation, not memorizing the water cycle itself.
Water is present in the atmosphere as water vapor. When water vapor in the atmosphere cools, it forms clouds, fog, rain, ice, snow, sleet or hail.