It is evaporating,but the evaporation is invisible.
Why I didn't see a single drop of water evaporate and rise up? Isn't now the time of evaporation?
Uhhhh..... Fine, but you promise to me, only snowing on winter, not right now!
Wow! Hayden, look at these clouds! I want to have a snow going down, right now!
Kaylene, are you serious? I can have snows going on down there. But the humans might felt weird if we are snowing now. It's still September. It's okay for some like frozen rain or something.
Please, just one time!
It's God's Plan, you silly.
What?! It's still September, why it is snowing outside?
It's early snow! Don't mind if I do that.
The water evaporates when it is a sunny day. The water will turns to water vapor when the met the heat of the sun.
After the water evaporated, they are rising up to the sky to form clouds. When the water forms the right amount of clouds, It is ready to precipitate back down again.
After a giant amount of clouds formed by water vapor, it's ready for the next stage: Precipitation. The precipitation had four kinds: Rain, freezing rain, sleet, and snow. After the precipitation, the rivers, ponds, and other streams collected the precipitated water and send it back to the ocean to evaporate, condensate, precipitate, and the streams will collect it again. This is the water cycle.