|MadSci Network: Earth Sciences|
Here in Japan it is the rainy season. Since it has begun, i have noticed that the rain has never fallen straight down to the ground, or at least it looks that way to me. Even though there may be no noticeable wind, the rain seems to be falling at an angle, either to the left of our hanger or to the right. What makes this happen? It is not imperative that i have an answer to this, i was just wondering why this occurs. Thank you for your time. Dana Clemo
Re: Why doesn't rain fall straight down to the Earth?
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