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What happens with water molecules when they move faster, I've seen some ideas where those molecules are expected to find it harder to coalesce and form clouds? We have some very hot areas meeting water like India, Thailand etc. Naively speaking now, they must have a high humidity, but, do they have more cloud covers? And when if so, relative the humidity (and season/temperature)?Soils of UK and Europe drying out.
"Smos is an experimental mission of the European Space Agency (ESA), and is providing some novel information to meteorologists, hydrologists and other scientists interested in how water moves around the globe. The 760km-high satellite carries an 8m-wide interferometric radiometer that senses the natural emission of microwaves coming up off the planet’s surface. Variations in the water content of soils will modify this signal." It was launched 2009.Soils of UK and Europe drying out.