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Hi, my name is Ryan Raindrop. This is my story.
As the sun warms the water I evaporate from the ocean and become a gas.
As I rise into the cool air I group with other water molecules to form clouds.
The wind pushes the clouds toward the mountains
Cool air at the top of the mountain prevents me from going over. I fall to the ground in the form of precipitation
Once again I group with other water molecules. We accumulate in brooks or streams which lead to rivers and lakes or the ocean.
Now I wait for the process to begin again.
To understand what happens to water in the River Forth
To understand the processes involved in the water cycle
The Water Cycle. Water has been around for billions of years.
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