hydrometeor

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hy·dro·me·te·or

 (hī′drō-mē′tē-ər, -ôr′)
n.
A precipitation product, such as rain, snow, fog, or clouds, formed from the condensation of water vapor in the atmosphere.

hydrometeor

(ˌhaɪdrəʊˈmiːtɪə)
n
(Physical Geography) any weather condition produced by water or water vapour in the atmosphere, such as rain, snow, or cloud
ˌhydroˌmeteoroˈlogical adj
ˌhydroˌmeteorˈology n

hy•dro•me•te•or

(ˌhaɪ drəˈmi ti ər, -ˌɔr)

n.
liquid water or ice in the atmosphere in various forms, as rain, ice crystals, hail, fog, or clouds.