Rain occurs by the procedure of water cycle The procedure of vanishing is as 1 The water from water bodies vanish because of the warmth of the sun 2 The drops of water consolidate with dust particles in the climate also, mists are framed 3 As the drops of water continue consolidating the mists get to be overwhelming 4 When the mists get to be overwhelming they are no more ready to buoy in air 5 Then the drops of water tumble-down as downpour With the end goal it should downpour, the air must be soaked: The relative stickiness must be 100 percent, or near to it. How can that happen? By bringing down the temperature or getting more water vapor. Anyhow, in the event that we simply get more water vapor and nothing else happens, we're still simply stayed with minuscule droplets.
The temperature can be brought down by a colder twist, conceivably originating from the north. Anyhow, those north winds contain less water vapor, so the temperature may lower, however the mugginess could continue as before. The temperature could likewise fall if a section of air rises. As an air section ascends, there is less environment around it, which decreases the outside the segment. So the segment grows as it goes up. That development will bring down the temperature in light of the fact that the air atoms won't hit one another as much of the time. In the long run the relative will achieve 100 percent, and the rising section loses no water vapor. Rising air is by all accounts the surest method for getting a cloud to shape.