From Let Us Rejoice and Sing (#E-113) by Rabbi Avigdor Miller
The rain cycle: Why is it there? It is not an accident. The rain comes down but it does not come up: force of gravity. Where does it come from? It comes from the ocean. But the ocean is full of mud and salt and chemicals. That water is no good anyway… no! The sun shines on the ocean and changes it to water vapor and water vapor is the process of distillation. It distills. It leaves over all of the impurities in the sea and pure water vapor rises up into the sky.
Now why does water vapor go up? If rain falls down why does water vapor go up? The answer is that it has to go up to the clouds. So the Boray, the Creator made it lightweight. Water vapor is lightweight whereas rain is heavyweight. Water vapor is lighter than air. It goes into the air and becomes clouds. But clouds over the sea wouldn’t help us. Therefore there are winds. Winds are belt conveyors that blow the clouds over the continents. Now the clouds are ready to do a good job.
However still its only clouds. So then there comes other winds bearing cold air that condenses the water vapor into rain and it falls down. It doesn’t fall up. That is the rain cycle. Now there are no genes connected to it. You can’t say it is the result of development. This plan is a “simple” plan, easy to see.
By the way, you need the sun: the sun is 93,000,000 miles away. You need the sun to help out. You need the winds. You need the force of gravity. You need the fact that rain is heavier than air and water vapor is lighter than air. You need all these facts. Not too complicated!!?? You see there is a plan here. Everything in the world is for that purpose" "Yoducha Hashem kol Ma’secha — All of Your works praise You, K’vod Malchusa yomayru — Everything speaks."