What part of Texas gets the most rainfall?
the caostal region (:
Rainfall is a important part of water cycle that we have studied in our earlier classes. Without rainfall, how would water that gets evaporated from water bodies will be back to their origin. Rainfall occurs because water droplets that constitute clouds gets so big in size that they no longer can be in air and falls down in form of rain.
Far north Queensland is the wettest area in Australia. Tully has the highest average rainfall in Australia with 4252mm annually. Bellenden Kerr is approximately 60km north of Tully and holds the records for the highest ever rainfall in one year - 11 251mm in 1979, the highest for one month in January of the same year - 5387mm, and also the greatest rainfall in a 24 hour period with 960mm on 4th January 1979.
Rainfall varies a great deal here. There are two seasons, winter when we receive coastal rains and the summer monsoon season. The monsoon consists of fast moving (usually) strong thunderstorms which can drop a lot of rain fast! But on average, the White Mountains in the eastern central part and the north central from Prescott up to Flagstaff receive the most rain.