Why isn’t every cloud getting precipitation?

A drop of water with a diameter of 0.01 mm is in a cloud and does not fall on the ground, since it is very light. But the drops are in motion. They bump into each other, merge and become big and heavy. When the droplets reach 0.5–5 mm in diameter, they fall to the ground.

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