Why Does It Rain a Lot in the Rainforest?

Answer

Some of the reasons why rainforests have a lot of rainfall include the fact that rainforests are usually located in and around the equator where solar radiation is strongest. This area also has a lot of water which evaporates and later condenses as a result of cooling therefore forming rain. The pressure present in rainforests is high flowing to low pressure regions.
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Because moisture attracts moisture. Think about a hot bit of parking lot. Its very dry. Think about a spot under a tree with a flower bed. Its damp and cool. The moisture in the air
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The jet stream is usually over the Pacific Northwest during fall and winter, so storms are more likely to end up there than further south along the coast. Much of Northern California
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Larger water droplets form in clouds when minute droplets collide with each other and stick together. The resulting droplets eventually become too heavy to remain in the cloud and
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