How Is Rain Measured?

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Rain is measured by unit Milimeter (mm). A specific Measuring Cylinder is placed exposed to the sky. Rain droplets are collected. For unit time or day, rain is measured.
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Rainfall is measured by using a rain gauge, which is a tube of plastic or glass with markings on it. A metal rain gauge has a stick with markings on it. Other types of rain gauges include the weighting rain gauge, the wedge gauge, and the tipping bucket rain gauge.
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