- 1 why does it rain? What is the reason behind this and how are clouds formed?
- 2 Why does it rain?
- 3 Interesting 22 facts about rain :
why does it rain? What is the reason behind this and how are clouds formed?
Why does it rain (facts about rain): we humans have come to explain and solve many mysteries of earth and travel till date and many more mysteries are yet to be solved. Some of these processes are like this, but in reality it is one of the most difficult and complex processes in the universe, without which perhaps life cannot be imagined. How it rains on earth, how it rains from clouds, why it rains at night, where does rain come from, how it rains from the sky, who makes it rain, when it rains, in which month it rains Is.
Why does it rain?
One such mysterious process is rain. Rain is very essential for human beings, animals, trees and plants in our environment. Rain occurs whenever warm moist air comes in contact with a cold, high-pressure area.
Warm air collects more water than cold air and when this air takes the water stored inside it to a height, it mixes in the cold climate and when the water inside it becomes heavy, it starts falling down. Which is called rain or rain.
We all have read this and also know that rain falls on the earth in the form of water. Water evaporates from the earth and starts rising above the surface of the earth and after cooling it falls back on the earth in the form of water.
how does water reach the sky
But how does this water reach the sky? When the sun’s rays fall on the earth, it gradually starts heating up, due to which the particles of water start moving away from each other and then this particle gets distorted and turns into steam. This steam is very light due to which it slowly starts flowing towards the sky.
Every 1000 feet, the temperature starts decreasing by 5.5 degrees, due to which the rising steam starts cooling down. And again takes liquid form. When small causes of water start mixing with each other, we call them clouds .
These particles are very light due to which they start flying easily in the air. For these particles of water to fall on the ground, millions of drops have to combine to form a crystal. They need something solid to make ice crystals.
Serves as the base of the crystal. Small particles from the smoke coming out of the earth ‘s forests, small particles of sand , micro- organisms as well as micro meteorites coming from space play the most important role in causing rain.
how snow is made
These small particles coming from the universe play the most important role in raining i.e. Micro Meteorites do, about 2000 kg of Micro Meteorites collide with the earth’s atmosphere every day. Their size is very small due to which they have to face very little friction.
Due to which Micro Meteorites slowly go into the clouds and help the water droplets to become crystals. On contact with water droplets, water becomes crystal ice around these particles. This process happen’s maney times through out the day. One crystal acts as a base for other water drops. When small crystals meet together, snow is formed .
When the weight of these buff starts increasing, it starts falling on the earth, as this snow starts falling down, the temperature rises and this snow melts and takes the form of small drops of water which we call rain.
Forms of rain:- Rain falls on the earth in many forms.
- When this water falls in liquid form, it is called rain.
- When water falls in solid form instead of liquid form, it is called snow.
- When pieces of ice start falling along with the rain, it is called hailstones.
- Along with this, very small drops of water also fall in many places in winter, we call it dew.
It rains for different reasons
Rain never falls everywhere at once and is not uniform. There are many processes on the earth due to which it rains in many places. The most important of these processes is considered to be the monsoon process.
Because of which it rains continuously or intermittently for a few months in the same area. Sometimes it rains without any season, which is called local rain. Sometimes due to the cyclone arising in the sea areas, it also rains in the surrounding areas.
At which place, when, how and how much it will rain depends on many factors – distance from the sea level, the amount of trees and plants in an area, the way wind blows, distance from the mountains, many other such factors and factors together decide this. How much rain will happen in which area and when.
Interesting 22 facts about rain :
- Sandstorms can cover entire cities.
- The lowest temperature ever measured on Earth’s land is −89.2 °C (−128.6 °F; 184.0 K). This temperature was recorded on 21 July 1983 at a Russian station in Antarctica.
- You’ll find more spiders in your home than usual during the mild fall weather.
- A heatwave can derail train tracks.
- A drop of rain can be the size of a housefly and can hit you at a speed of 30 kmph.
- On 5th July 2001 there was red colored rain in our state of Kerala. The secrets of this red coloured rain has not been revealer yet.
- Once due to a hurricane, 900 pythons ran away from a zoo in the state of Florida, USA.
- Insects start coming out of the land when there is a flood.
- So much snow can fall in Antarctica that you can’t see your hand in front of your face.
- In 1972, a blizzard covered 200 villages in Iran with a layer of snow up to 8 meters thick.
- Some frog’s start makings noises just before it rain’s.
- A sandstorm buried hundreds of soldiers in the Egyptian desert in 525 BC.
- Due to extreme cold in year 1684, the Thames River of England’s was frozen for TWO months.
- Cats and dogs have the power to sense a tornado coming from a distance.
- The wind does not make sound unless it is blowing against something.
- Global temperatures have increased by 0.94°C (1.7°F) since 1880.
- At any time on the earth, every second 1800 times the clouds thunder loudly and 100 times the sky lightning falls.
- Every minute, rain equal to the weight of 1 million tonnes falls on the earth.
- A molecule of water remains in the Earth’s atmosphere for an average of 10-12 days.
- The highest rainfall in the world occurs in the Mansiram region of Meghalaya state of India, where it receives more than 11 meters of rainfall.
- The highest temperature ever recorded on Earth is 56.7°C (134°F). This figure was recorded at a place called Greenland Ranch in the Death Valley of the US state of California.
- The country most affected by tornadoes is America which faces an average of 1200 tornadoes every year.