Clouds are made up of air and water. When light passes through a cloud, the water droplets scatter the light reflected from the sun. (Photo: PxHere)

Why Are Clouds White?

We “see” color based on what wavelength of light is being reflected off objects and into our eyes. Therefore, the answer to the question “Why are clouds white?” lies in how different-sized particles scatter the light that passes through clouds.


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