Rainfall

  • (noun): Water falling in drops from vapor condensed in the atmosphere.
    Synonyms: rain

Some articles on rainfall:

1950 Australian Rainfall Records
... The 1950 rainfall records for the Australian states of New South Wales and Queensland reported probably the most remarkable record high rainfall totals ever recorded anywhere in the continent ... Queensland recorded a statewide average rainfall of around 1,125 millimetres (44.3 in) as against a mean since 1885 of around 640 millimetres (25.2 in), whilst New South Wales recorded ... town, Tully also recorded its highest annual rainfall total in 1950 with a phenomenal 7,898.0 millimetres (310.9 in) ...
1979–1983 Eastern Australian Drought - 1979
... April had fairly normal rainfall except for continuing wet in Cape York Peninsula and dry conditions around Sydney and Hobart, where already rainfall deficiencies were acute ... Heavy May rainfall over the wheat belt did not mask dry conditions around Canberra and especially in eastern Tasmania ... and Hobart had their driest June ever, and Melbourne also set a record for low rainfall in July as cold fronts utterly failed to reach their normal latitudes ...
Keita Department
... temperature about of 29 °C, a short rainy season (June - September) and a yearly average rainfall between 400 and 500 mm, represents one of the most limiting factors ... The diagram of monthly average rainfall and temperature is showed in Fig. 1960 and 1990, a decrease of yearly average rainfall was observed particularly during the month of August, with a latitude shift of 30 km from Northeast to Southwest ...
Agumbe - Rainfall
... Agumbe receives the second highest annual rainfall in India, next only to Cherrapunji (or the nearby Mawsynram) ... It receives a mean annual rainfall of 7,640 millimetres (301 in) ... The absolute maximum rainfall recorded in Agumbe in a single month is 4,508 millimetres (177.5 in) (in August 1946) ...
Climatic Regions Of India - Dry Climate Group - Sub-tropical Arid (desert) Climate: Bwh
... of western Rajasthan falls under this climate type characterized by scanty rainfall ... are largely responsible for the all the rainfall seen in this region which is less than 30 cm ... The rainfall is very erratic and a few regions might not see rainfall for a couple of years ...