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rainfall

the precipitation of fresh water from the atmosphere, which, through its variability, results in different vegetation in different regions.
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MIRPUR -- Various parts of Azad Jammu and Kashmir including Mirpur Tuesday received the much awaited first rainfall of winter season in the plains besides the snowfall on some of the highest upper reaches of the State.
The rainfall turned the weather cold and people wore heavy clothing first ever since the season started.
Projection in the northwest of Benin, one of the high-risk regions, predicts trends including lower average annual rainfall (15% up to 2025); more variation in precipitation; more frequent extreme climatic elements such as heavier rains and more powerful storms; shorter, delayed monsoons with irregular precipitation; and higher long-term average temperatures (Danida, 2008).
Since rainfall is a hydrographical cycle factor, it is closely linked to all climate factors that contribute towards its formation of ascension and collision of air masses in the atmosphere.
The UAE received heavy rainfall on Friday night and the early hours of Saturday, with more rainfall predicted in the eastern and northern parts of the country today.
The Use of Rainfalls Models in Agricultural Planning".
Summary: Muscat: The wilayat of Ibri in the Sultanate recorded a rainfall of 145mm in April .
Temporal and spatial characteristics of rainfall patterns in the Northern Sierra of Peru--A case study for La Nina to El Nino transitions from 2005 to 2010
This trend can be explained by the fact that, during summer, rainfall events arise from convective processes, which are characterized by a short duration; additionally, rainfall events can result from cold fronts, characterized by rainfalls of long duration.
Dams' storage level of ground and surface water has risen at Homs and Hama Provinces due to the latest rainfalls.
Seasonality index is the ratio of the difference between the wettest and driest six month rainfalls over annual rainfall.