Uses Of Rain

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Uses of rain

Introduction: 

Friends in this page am sharing with you Benefits Of Rain and which month rain season start and which month rain season end. Am sharing also Highest rain fall places and lowest rain fall places. Guys if you want to know about Uses of Rain and full information about rain this is the right and correct place for you.

 Rain:

The most important element of weather is water .We get water in different forms of precipitation .Rain is what,harvests our crops that give us food to eat.Without rain,no crops would grow and we would parish off the face of this earth.

How does rain occur:

Within a cloud,water droplets condenses onto one another,causing the droplets to grow.When these water droplets get too heavy to stay suspended in the cloud,they fall to earth as rain.Water wapour turns into cloud when it cools and condenses that is turns back into liquid water or ice.  

What happens if there will be no rain:
If there will be no rain rivers would dry up,crops would fail and green and pleasant fertile land would start to look pretty desperate.Incase of no rains after just a year without rains,desert conditions would start to occur.If there will be no for few years,all water will keep vapourizing and ultimately,there will be no water left on earth.If there will be no rain we will get water scarcity and farmers cannot grow crops and we cannot get water to drink. When little or no rain falls,soils can dry out and plants can die.When rainfall is less the flow of streams and rivers declines,water levels in lakes and reservoirs fall,and depth of water in wells increases.

What happens if rain occurs too much:
Too much rain can causes a flood.A flood happens when a lot of water rises and moves on to land.The water can go into the houses and buildings.Big storms can quickly cause floods.Heavy rainfall can lead to numerous hazards,Ex:flooding,including risk to human life.Lot of damage to buildings and infrastructure,and loss of crops and livestock.

In which month does rain(monsoon) come ?:
Monsoon or rainy season,lasting from June to September.Generally most of the rains occur in august to September.During rainy seasons the weather conditions are very cool and wet.Rainy season gives new life to everyone on this earth like plants,trees,grasses,animals,birds,human beings etc.Rainy season is of great importance for the Indian farmers as they really need water for their crop cultivation.This season gives lot of relief through its natural and cool rain water.All the ponds,rivers and streams become full of water which was dried due to the heat.After the hot time everybody welcomes rain.The wet season is the time of year when most of a regions average annual rainfall occurs.In the wet season,air quality improves and vegetation grows sub stantially,leading to crop yields late in the season.

 Uses of Rain:

➤ Rain water can actually be very high quality water for human consumption.
➤ Rain is a major component of the water cycle and is responsible for deposting most of the fresh      water on the earth.
 ➤It provides suitable conditions for many types of ecosystems,as well as water for hydro electricity power plants and crop irrigation.
➤ Rain water infiltrates into the ground and hence the ground water table rises that is very useful for irrigation process.
➤ Rain is very helpful in keeping the due balance in the atmosphere which balances the temperature on our earth.
➤ Rainfall is very important for the survival of plants and animals. It brings fresh water to the earth's surface.
➤ Due to the rain under ground water level increases.
➤ Rain help the farmers to grow their crops.
➤ Rain fill the water in the rivers, ponds, lakes, oceans.
➤ Drinking and cooking
➤Bathing and laundry
➤Flushing toilets
➤Water lawns,gardens and house plants
Composting
➤Water for wildlife,pets or live stock
➤Rinsing vegetables
➤Washing vehicles and equipment
➤Fire protection
➤ Rain help the forests grow. At last rain is very important for our survival.

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