How fast does rain fall?


The speed of a raindrop falling depends on the size of that raindrop. The average speed can be anywhere from five two twenty miles per hour. You can find more information here:
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The speed of rainfall varies with drop size and wind speed. A typical raindrop in still air falls about 600 feet (182 meters) per minute or about seven miles (11 kilometers) per hour
1. Replace your current tires with rain tires. Replace your windshield wipers with new wipers and turn them to their maximum speed. 2. Turn your headlights on, even in well-lit conditions
A large drop of about 5 mm (3/16 in.) diameter reaches a maximum speed of about 9 meters per second.
Let the physics begin. You might think: hey, wont’ the speed depend on how high the water started? Well, it would if air resistance on the water drop were not important. However
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