Mountains, planes and plateaus are designed so as to allow the winds to penetrate every nook and corner, creating warm and cold front systems.The wind, the rain, the mountain, the rotation of the earth and the heat are interconnected.Water vapour condenses around these particles and turns into water droplets.These water droplets first come together and form clouds, and then fall to the Earth in the form of rain.Indeed, the rain is affected, among other things, by the rotation of the earth, by the topography, by the low and high pressure zones, etc.If our world did not have an inclination of 23.5 degrees then the cooling and the effect of the sun on the North and South poles would not be subject to daily change.As there would be no rain, life could not thrive upon the earth. Clouds charged with positive and negative electricity, weighing tons, are swept by winds.
Waves are formed by the wind blowing above the surface of the water.So the clouds are formed thanks to winds, and it is thanks to winds that rains fall over the land.Life can only thrive upon the earth thanks to rain.The Fecundating Winds In one verse of the Qur'an, the "fecundating" characteristic of the winds, and the formation of rain as a result are mentioned."And We send the fecundating winds, then cause water to descend from the sky, therewith providing you with water in abundance." (The Qur'an, ) In this verse, it is pointed out that the first stage in the formation of rain is wind.