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the planet is hotter causing evaporation to happen faster/more often causing more rain.
Vaporization in mass, evaporation at the surface
Often there is, though there is more often precipitation before a tornado. Whether or not their is depends on the structure of the storm system that produced the tornado.
Tornadoes do not produce precipitation. Tornadoes are usually often accompanied by precipitation, but the amount is not related to the strength of the tornado.
Precipitation does not directly affect the temperature. However, because there are often clouds that come with precipitation, this indirectly causes a drop in temperature.
Chance of precipitation means changes of rain. Precipitation is basically rain. This term is often used in hydrology and in weather updates etc.
The climate of a humid subtropical climate is 'humid and subtropical'. Summers are very warm/hot and humid, and winters are generally short and mild. There is quite a bit of precipitation in a humid subtropical climate.
It has artic climate and often smells
Tornadoes themselves do not produce precipitation, but the storms that produce them usually do. Tornadoes are often accompanied by rain and hail.