Spring is here which means rain is too, in Cleveland Ohio. We found this website that had some very interesting rain facts. We thought we would share a snippet. Click on this link to read more of what is provided below: http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/sciencefacts/weather/rain.html
- “The highest amount of rainfall ever recorded in 24 hours is 182.5 centimetres (71.9 inches) in Foc-Foc, La Réunion. This occurred during tropical cyclone Denise on January 8, 1966.
- The highest amount of rainfall ever recorded in one year is 25.4 meters (1000 inches) in Cherrapunji, India.
- Antarcticais the driest continent on Earth.
- Heavy rain can cause flooding and landslides.
- Rain allows us to create electricity through
- Plantsneed water in order to survive, they receive much of this water from rain.
- Forests that experience high levels of rainfall are called
- Rain with high levels of acid (a low pH) is called acid rain. Caused by the release of sulphur dioxide and nitrogen oxides into the air (often from factories and power stations), it can be harmful to plants and animals.”
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