the water most likely is condensate from a clogged condensate drain if you had a secondary drain, you would see water drip from the secondary likely you have no secondary, and you are getting water out the vents if you have some of the a/c in the attic you better get the clog fixed right away, or water may seep through the ceilings note the more humid it is, the more condensation is created--hence, the correlation of your problem with rain
Very poor installation
Probably water getting in the distributor cap.
it dosent enter well sort of it starts at the top of a mountain. It rains and makes a channel(a path where water flows) then after it rains then it flows through the same path over and over.
It rains alot in hilly areas by the sea because the water from the sea evaporates up then inland. By the time it gets to the hilly areas the evaporated sea water starts to condense. So it starts to rain, the rain runs down the hills into the sea and the whole process starts again.
Water getting into the door and getting the wires wet.
yes, its water that has evaporated into the atmosphere. When it starts to be released by the clouds, it either rains or snows based on the temp of the atmosphere where it is droped at
condensation is where a gas changes into liquid. so when vapor condenses it form clouds and then it rains, as well as it forms fogs. when this happens, it rains then the whole water cycle process starts again.
mabye it gets water on it when it rains
because of the water that is i trees and stuff when it rains it gets in the sloths fur and starts to grow mold
Well there is the water cycle it starts the same and ends the same. It starts by condensation then it flows through the ground called ground water the it goes to the river and evaporates.and it rains again because the water that evaporates gets to heavy in the clouds and it rains again.
Yes it does. It rains then they do a whole process to clean the water for it could be safe for us to drink. Then it evaporates and the whole water cycle starts again.
A puddle is a small body of water on the ground after it rains.
lol....the fluid is water dripping from the lines and compressor of the a/c system and if your getting a fog from the vents change your a/c control setting from recirculate to fresh air intake.
if the wind blows when it rains, it could suck the water out of the trap
Water evaporates, that is how it moves from the land to the air and when it precipitates, mostly rains, it moves to the land. Then the cycle starts again. For more information, you can look up the water cycle.
The sun heats a liquid and it turns into water vapor which condensates into a cloud. Then it rains (or percipitates) and the process starts all over!
it is formed when water goes up to the sun then the clouds then it rains and goes back to the ocean and starts all over aggain.
they get water when it rains
is the amount of water on earth added to every time it rains
They disappear as water while raining, then the go into lakes, ponds, streams, or rivers. Then some water gets evaporated by the Sun... The cycle starts all over again.
If your car won't start every time it rains, water may be shorting out wires or it may be getting into the fuel system. Both will prevent the engine from cranking or starting.
When snow melts it turns into water. (as we all know) Then the water evaporates and goes into the clouds, then with a magical process (witch we should have learned about in 3rd grade) It rains and the cycle starts over again.
The body is made of 70% water, so when you have diarrhea your body starts getting rid off water,
on occasions it rains heavy water but normally like 100% of the time its due to the evaportaion in the clouds getting too havy and the BAM we have rain Sir!
The precipitation is much higher in that climate. So, when all the water evaporates, it goes up into the clouds. When the clouds are full of water, they release the water so it rains. And since there's a large amount of water, it rains much more frequently