9 feet of rain falls in the amazon rainforest per year
45-67 feet of rain
Over 2000mm of rainfall falls in the Amazon Rainforest every year.
about 60 inches per year.
about 5 gallons
i think its about 330mm per year
it usually rains 3%per year at the ocean
The tundra gets at least 4-10 inches of rain a year
3 cm per year in desert.
On average between 100mm (in the north) and 150mm in the South of rain per year.
180inches each zear
ushally under 8 inches per year.
Antarctica is the driest continent on Earth, an average of less than 150mm (15cm) of precipitation falls per year. Antarctica is a desert, and it does not rain.
A tropical rain forest receives approx. 150cm-650cm of rainfall per year. These are not to be confused with temperature rain forests which are dominated by deciduous trees and receive more than 250cm of rain per year.
Guildford receives 647.1 mm (25.476 inches) of rainfall on average per year.
It all depends on the area you live in. Places like Seattle get more rain then places like Austin, Texas.
On average between 100mm (in the north) and 150mm in the South of rain per year. See related link:
In the south east, < 600 mm of rain falls per year. This is a large contrast to the south of the UK, which has considerably more rain fall per year.
Deserts receive less than 250 millimetres of rain per year. Some deserts receive little or no rain for years, even centuries.
Rain falls everywhere on the Earth, determining the exact amount of rainfall on the ocean is difficult. The average ocean rainfall is between 29 to 40 inches per year.
4hour per year
5 litres that is all they get per month so to work out a year you need to do 5lx12=60 so in this location aproximatly 60 l per year falls here . However there may be different amount of litres per year .
25 litres per square metre
The amount of precipitation that falls around the world may range from less than 0.1 inch per year in some deserts to more than 900 inches per year in the tropics