At night cloud cover has the opposite effect. If skies are clear, heat emitted from the earth's surface freely escapes into space, resulting in colder temperatures. However, if clouds are present, some of the heat emitted from the earth's surface is trapped by the clouds and reemitted back towards the earth.
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The effects of cloud cover on temperature is a familiar experience. Without a cloud cover in an area the temperature drops sharply at night whereas with clouds the temperature drop is noticeably more moderate. On the other hand in the daytime in the summer with no clouds the temperature goes much higher than it does when there is a cloud cover.
Do clouds control temperature, or does temperature control clouds? Posted on May 30, 2016 by Roger Andrews Previous Energy Matters posts that have dealt with the cloud/temperature relationship ( here and here ) have concluded, as have most other studies, that cloud cover acts as a control on global surface temperatures.
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