Both the Antarctic Desert and the Atacama Desert receive virtually no precipitation each year
It depends on which part of the world your in for your answer
Mawsynram lies in the northeastern part of India and it lies on the 'Windward' side of the Himalayan mountains so it receives the highest rainfall in the world as compared to the other parts of the world.
The word anytime is an adverb. It means to do something at any time.
Rainfall depends on what part of Alaska you live in.
Islamabad, the Capital and Rawalpindi receive highest rainfall in Pakistan. Islamabad received 620 millimeters of rain in a single day in 2001 which is a record and was the rainiest day from 1900 to 2001.
Certain parts of Hawaii have extremely high rainfall.
Rainfall returns water back to earth. So it plays a key part in water cycle.
The monsoon winds are responsible for the rainfall experienced over a greater part of India.
Depends which part of china.
the western part receives less rainfall and is higher in elevation
The amount of rainfall plays a large part in the amount of rainfall in the area. Chennai may have 8 months of rain but with less amont of rain that the total amount of Mumbai
The average annual rainfall in the northern part of Ecuador is between 2,500 and 3,000 millimeters. However, in the southern coast the average rainfall is 300 millimeters.
The Chihuahuan Desert in far-west Texas receives the least amount of rainfall.
During winter the southern part of India receives highest rainfall also called the winter monsoon rainfall or retreating monsoon.
Central and South Africa.
This will generally happen in the dryest part of the year.
Yes because he was part of the San Fransisco Giants!
it is the rainfall at only the later part of the afternoon
Olympic Park in Washinto St
well its actually wellington
Because it is a part of the weather system
Well, the rainfall in the eastern part don't get alot because my grandma said so. Eastern pacific is way more western is way less, there ya go
It varies from about 15 inches in the northwestern part of the state to about 25 inches in the southeastern part.
Depending on the part of the state, the average yearly rainfall total in New York State is between 30 and 48 inches