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Rain sounds for sleeping - Rainstorm - Rainfall - Thunderstorm - White Noise

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Rain sounds for sleeping - Rainstorm - Rainfall - Thunderstorm - White Noise Subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzis... Rain is one of those things where you can sit back and listen too it pitter batter and grumble with the sound of thunder and lightning, some even say that listening to rainfall allows you to enter a meditative state. Rain sounds are widely used around the world to help people to relax there thoughts and drift of into a deep and calm relaxing state of sleep. Rain sounds for sleeping is one of the main sounds that people look for to help relax or go to sleep. Rain sounds can contain a multitude of different scenarios where there could be heavy rain with rolling thunder along, light rainfall with chyme's blowing in the wind. There are many different types of rainfall videos/sounds that are widely listened to some of the best would be heavy rain sounds smashing off pavement with the wind howling with a white noise disruption within. One of my favorites would be rain sounds that can be herd hitting a tent like when camping you can hear the pitter patter hitting the tent roof is almost like a lullaby. One of the best places to find the best rain sounds would be within a rain forest you get the torrential rainfall with the sounds of nature even the he crackling of a thunderstorm blowing over. some people refer rain sounds to be a good source of white noise a continues fall of rain that allows ones mind to concentrate on an just lose them self's. Raindrops is one of the most used white noise sound effects which help people that suffer from insomnia. rain and thunder are a perfect mix of sound effects from nature sounds that allow people relax and enter a deep sleep. Fall asleep listening to a rainstorm clashing with the white noise of the wind brushing through the land, with lighting striking throughout the night. 10 Fun and amazing facts about Rain! ⦁ The highest amount of rainfall ever recorded in 24 hours is 182.5 centimetres (71.9 inches) in Foc-Foc, La Réunion. This occurred during tropical cyclone Denise on January 8, 1966. ⦁ The highest amount of rainfall ever recorded in one year is 25.4 meters (1000 inches) in Cherrapunji, India. ⦁ Rain allows us to create electricity through hydropower. ⦁ It may be covered with ice, but Antarctica gets only 6.5 inches of rain or snow per year, making it the continent with the lowest annual rainfall by far. On the other end of the spectrum, Lloro, Colombia, absorbs 534 inches of rainfall per year. North America is relatively dry by comparison, collecting 256 inches of rain annually. ⦁ In dry, hot places, rain sometimes evaporates before it hits the ground. Environmentalist Edward Abbey describes "phantom rain" this way: "You see curtains of rain dangling in the sky while the living things wither below for want of water. Torture by tantalizing, hope without fulfillment. Then the clouds dissipate into nothingness." ⦁ On Venus, and other moons and planets, rain is made of sulfuric acid or methane. Even stranger: on a planet 5,000 light years away, scientists found raindrops made of iron rather than water. ⦁ Majority of us think raindrops look like teardrops; they truly look more like chocolate chip delights. Raindrops have sizes fluctuating from 0.1 to 9 mm in diameter, above which they tend to break up. The most diminutive raindrops are called cloud droplets, and their shape is round. Big rain drops are shaped like parachutes. The greatest raindrops on Earth were recorded in Brazil and the Marshall Islands in 2004 — some of them were as huge as 10 mm. ⦁ Pitter, patter sound of raindrops striking the surface of earth is produced by bubbles of air wavering underwater. ⦁ droplets contain dissolved nitrogen that comes from the air. This free and natural fertilizer makes grass look greener after rainfall. ⦁ There is no end to rain in Mt. Waialeale in Kauai, Hawaii, as it has up to 350 rainy days every year.
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