Why do water drops (dew) form on flowers and grass during morning hours of winter seasons?

During early morning, water droplets were formed on flowers and grass because of dew. In winter time, the atmospheric temperature of the night was usually low. So, the surface of the flowers and the grass became more cold. This also caused the air surrounding them to become saturated with vapour and finally to condense. This condensed water vapour forms water droplets (called dew) on flowers and grass.

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