MYRESEARCHON RAINANDFLOODS
By Emarie Price
Scan this QR Code to find a rain fact.
How rain forms is water vapor evaporates and it turns intotiny drops of water. Then the water drops turn into a cloudand t...
Raindrops range from 1/100 inch to ¼ inch.          Rain Fact
Raindrops fall between 7 and 18 miles per hour.           Rain Fact
A flood results from days of heavy rain and/or meltingsnows, when rivers rise and go over their banks.             Flood F...
2 feet of watercan float a large vehicle or even a bus.      Flood Fact
Flash floods are the #1 weather – related killer in theU.S.                  Flood Fact
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All about rain and floods by emarie

  1. 1. MYRESEARCHON RAINANDFLOODS
  2. 2. By Emarie Price
  3. 3. Scan this QR Code to find a rain fact.
  4. 4. How rain forms is water vapor evaporates and it turns intotiny drops of water. Then the water drops turn into a cloudand then the clouds form into a big cloud. Then the cloudgets too heavy and it starts to rain and it starts all over again.This is called the Water Cycle. Rain Fact
  5. 5. Raindrops range from 1/100 inch to ¼ inch. Rain Fact
  6. 6. Raindrops fall between 7 and 18 miles per hour. Rain Fact
  7. 7. A flood results from days of heavy rain and/or meltingsnows, when rivers rise and go over their banks. Flood Fact
  8. 8. 2 feet of watercan float a large vehicle or even a bus. Flood Fact
  9. 9. Flash floods are the #1 weather – related killer in theU.S. Flood Fact

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