Only a two cents opinion:
Quimical reactions in septic tanks.
When rain water gets into the tank its force quimically generate gases out to atmosphere. Considere look after a damaged pipe that links the septic tanks to atmosphere.
Some of those gases do explode !!!
I had this same problem so I called a septic service and they chlorinated my entire system and thankfully have not had the problem since, and it's been about 4 years now.
You should have the smell of suffer checked out with gas detecting equipment because there is a possibility you are smelling deadly H2S gas
what would cause a nissan maxima to run slow or almost stop when it rains or snows and the distiributor is dry?
Brown suger in your diet can cause this smell.
Acid rains actually do not affect any rains, but does a massive damage to the environment. It would be fatal for some types of organisms and for human, acid rains will cause much effects including the irritations in the skin.
Yes, heavy rains can cause erosion in a desert.
If the top is left off of the container it would smell up the whole house.
This would depend on your nose. A bad CMP sensor may cause improper burning of the fuel and can give a smell out the tailpipe. Will the CMP smell? Never. A Ford camshaft syncronizer will squeek and could cause a metallic burning smell.
Distributer drawing moisture
Something you ate was rotten
Cause its burnt.
I would say they smell something...
The magnesium anode rod inside the tank
yes nd it will also give of a oily smell with it
Propane has been given a sulfur-like smell for leak detection.
is it damp under or near the dash ? if so its most likely your heater core cause it will cause a very bad smell that would be first thing I would check
Most of the time it is caused by a hole in the heater core, do you smell a sweet smell? The sweet smell would be the antifreeze.
Example sentence - The endless rains would cause the burnt hillside to erode.
Presence of sulphur.
Could be an A/C coolant leak.
Your car may be on fire.
Fuel leak? Charcoal canister?
look for a leaky fuel line