How Do Floods Occur?

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Floods occur when there is too much water in an area and the water becomes overflowing. When flooding occurs, water is not being removed from the area fast enough and remains there.
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Floods develop in areas called watersheds. These areas can be either man-made or natural. A watershed is the land between a water source (such as an ice pack) and the body of water
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Floods are caused by heavy rains overly-filling waterways, causing them to overflow or break
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Floods begin when soil and vegetation cannot absorb falling rain or melting snow, or when water runs off the land in such quantities that it cannot be carried in normal stream channels or retained in natural ponds and human-made reservoirs.
Floods occur when there is a sudden downpour of rain. This can cause flooding as well as mudslides depending on where you live. Flood are dangerous.
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