Why And How The Clouds Burst? And How Does It Work?

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Rain makes life on rain a refreshment of everything on earth, but if it rains too much, its water spreads destruction on the earth, Cloudburst or cloud burst in a very short period of time called very heavy rain. And it can rain heavy Hail called Hail with an intense thunderstorm of rain clouds which creates flooding situation on earth.

Typically, cloud burst conditions occur when parcels of hot air are added to the cool air, resulting in immediate and intense rainfall that is so severe that rainfall over 25 mm is within a few minutes. It rains destruction on the earth.

Cloudburst is usually called hour burst when the maximum rainfall reaches 100 mm in one hour or exceeds it, in the subcontinent. Usually, Cloudburst occurs when the monsoon rises from Bengal and the Arabian Sea. Clouds cross the plains and move to the mountains of the North, the Himalayas, where the cool breeze joins the clouds to force them to rain, and in such a situation, these clouds usually exceed 75 mm in an hour. It rains heavily, causing severe waves in rivers that drain everything in its path. Goes

The fastest rainfall ever recorded in Pakistan was recorded in Islamabad on July 23, 2001, with 620 mm of rain pouring over the sky in just 10 hours and the last 100 years in Islamabad and Pakistan. It was the fastest rain.

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