The most likely answer is that your wires are loose where they connect to the utility powerline. Call your electrical utility and have them check it out. I had the same thing happen years ago. In my rural area this is usually caused by wet trees contacting the bare wires (several thousand volts) between tops of the utility poles. When they are wet trees conduct better. During a snowstorm you can watch the flickering sparks as snowy, wet branches touch the lines. The power company tries to trim back the overhanging trees every few years.
Answer Could be that something is wrong in your wiring system. Perhaps a grounded wire. Better to call an Electrician before you have a fire in your home.
The alternator is on its way out.
Possible alternator problem
Might be a weak battery
Sounds like the circuit breaker blowing, most likely a short in the wiring. It could also be a nearly dead battery or a loose connection.
If you were to leave a TV outside it is very possible for it to be stolen so I would advise against it. Yes but it would be very stupid cos if it rains, well we all know water and electricity dont go!!!
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.
Mostly on the windward side of every island. Hilo in my option would be the place that rains the most.
water and clouds
When would it not be. No haha. It's when it rains of course. Anyone knows that. The rainy season of Hawaii is when it rains in Hawaii.
No why would it have electricity in it . If it did we would be shocked when we ate it!
electricity is a shock.
not usually!!if fuse is blowing out check for short!!
To know witch way the wind is blowing the weather.
bad or failing alternator
A cow sleeps while lying down, not standing. And, they would get wet if they would sleep in the rain.
The answer is the monsoon. Monsoon was a seasonal rains that would drench India every spring.
What do you mean "When it rains so hard?" that's not a question do you have a question? If you do I would be happy to help especially if it is about rain I love rain!
If the wind wasn't blowing and the train was moving it would blow south. If the train was stopped and the wind was blowing east the steam would be blowing east. Because the train is moving and the wind is blowing it would be moving both to the south and the east. diferent answer by another person me... An electric train does not have steam!!!!!!!
If all of the lights flicker I would check for a loose or corroded ground. If only 1 light flickers then check to see if the bulb is properly plugged in to its socket, or if there is dirt, corrosion or rust causing a poor connection.
Claude Rains was born on November 10, 1889 and died on May 30, 1967. Claude Rains would have been 77 years old at the time of death or 125 years old today.