In Summer a Cloudy Night is Hotter than a Starlit Night because:

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  • Clouds do not allow cold air to reach Earth
  • Clouds prevent the heat radiated by the Earth from escaping to the sky
  • Clouds work as a thick blanket and reproduce heat
  • Heat is generated by clouds and radiated back to Earth
Monis Rasool Professor Asked on 6th April 2015 in Environment Science.
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Answer: Clouds prevent the heat radiated by the Earth from escaping to the sky

In Summer a Cloudy Night is Hotter than a Starlit Night because Clouds prevent the heat radiated by the Earth from escaping to the sky.

Monis Rasool Professor Answered on 10th April 2015.
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