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For two main reasons... 1) Wales is close to both the Atlantic ocean and also to the Irish sea. 2) Wales has a lot of mountains, so moisture laden air coming in from the Atlantic ocean and the Irish sea is forced to rise higher into the atmosphere when it meets the mountains. This damp air cools down as it rises higher and causes rainfall. This is called relief rainfall 0=)
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