rain that evaporates before touching earth is called virga.
It is snow that evaporates before it hits the ground.
Rain which evaporates before reaching the ground is called 'virga'.
I believe it does rain about as often over the deserts as anywhere else. The difference is that because of the intense desert heat most of the rainfall evaporates before ever touching the ground.
It is called virga.
So you don't get electrocuted.
Ground yourself before touching anything in the computer
A funnel cloud is typically visible before a tornado touches down
Yes. there are no "crossing the plane" rules in basketball. Its always about where your feet are touching the ground or where they were last touching the ground.
a funnel cloud touching the ground is then called a tornado
Virga, rain that evaporates before it hits the ground, is a common occurence in desert areas.
Virga is the effect of precipitation [rain] falling from the clouds, but it evaporates before it is able to hit the ground.
Dry lightning is flashes of lightning and thunder, but any rain evaporates before reaching the ground.
i do not know at all why dont you look some where else
During a rain evaporaton is not significant before touching the ground.
nothing but if you touch the electricity wires you will get a shock but only if you touch them at the same time or one but you are touching that is touching the ground or you are touching the ground
no because it is not touching the ground, only things that are touching the ground without shoes on can be electricuted.
Fog is near or on the ground.
By hitting the ball over the boundary without the ball touching the ground before hand. If the ball touches the ground before the boundary but goes over it, it scores four.
the sleet may stick to the ground or evaporates on the ground
When the water is absorbed in the ground it evaporates or/and causes erosion.
No because it has such a strong atmosphere so liquid acid rains and evaporates before it hits the ground.
Sulfuric acid falls from the clouds high above the surface of Venus, but it evaporates long before reaches the ground.
Water evaporates from the ground - and rises into the air to form clouds. The clouds eventually deposit raon back onto the ground - which evaporates... and the cycle continues.