What is a Cloudburst?


A cloudburst is a rapid, intense downpour that falls over a small region. According to meteorologists, the rain from a cloudburst is typically showery, with a fall rate of 100 mm (4.94 inches) per hour or greater. Cloudbursts are usually connected with thunderstorms, and in rainfall, the air currents surging aloft hold a lot of water. Click on the “Download PDF” option provided below to know more on-

  • What is a Cloudburst?
  • Why is it dangerous?
  • Where does it occur?
  • Why is it hard to predict?

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