How much mm of rain is a lot?
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Thereof, is 1 mm rain a lot?
1mm rainfall means every one square meter area is filled with the water of height 1mm. Take a vessel of 1 square meter in dimention and keep it in an open space during rain, you will be having 1mm height of water in it that is 1 litre of water in it at the end of the rain.
Additionally, what does mm of rain mean? All precipitation quantities are expressed in millimetres (mm) of liquid water equivalent for the preceeding time interval (or in inches). One millimetre of rain corresponds to 1 litre per square metre of water on the surface, or approximately 10 millimetres of snow.
Then, how much rain in a day is a lot?
Rainfall rate is generally described as light, moderate or heavy. Light rainfall is considered less than 0.10 inches of rain per hour. Moderate rainfall measures 0.10 to 0.30 inches of rain per hour. Heavy rainfall is more than 0.30 inches of rain per hour.
Is 10 mm of rain in 24 hours a lot?
Roughly equivalent to 0.8 inches of rain in 24 hours; that's no drizzle. You've got your decimal point wrong; 1mm over 1 sq m is a litre, 10 mm gives 10 litres.