Find out more about types of precipitation - including rain, snow, sleet and hail - and what causes it to fall.
We also take a look at where gets the most rain in the UK and what causes flash flooding.
Find out how much rain we get in the UK and where gets the most rainfall.
Find out what causes flash flooding and why it can be so dangerous.
There are three different ways of turning moist air into cloud, so that it rains or snows.
Find out more about what to do in severe rain in our infographic.
Petrichor is at its simplest, the smell of rain. The words comes from the Greek words 'petra' meaning stone and 'ichor' which in Greek mythology refers to the golden fluid that flows in the veins of the immortals.
A rainy season (also known as a wet season) is the time of the year where the majority of a country or region's annual precipitation occurs. Find out when and where in the world they happen.
How long does rain take to reach the ground and where is the wettest place in the world? Find out some interesting facts about rain.
'March winds and April showers bring forth May flowers' We often think of this old proverb during the Spring months in the UK, but is there any truth in it?
In this article we take a quick look at what exactly is meant by phrases like 'summer showers' and 'sunshine and showers'.
Find out the difference between rain and showers and the difference it might make to your day.
Last updated: 5 October 2015