You asked: What does raining hard mean?

How do you say it’s raining hard?

You might have heard people say ‘it’s raining cats and dogs’. They don’t actually mean that animals are falling from the sky! All it means is that it’s raining really heavily. And when you say ‘it’s pelting down‘ or ‘it’s bucketing down’, they all mean that it’s raining very, very heavily.

What is another word for raining hard?

What is another word for raining hard?

teeming pouring
raining coming down in stair rods
chucking it down coming down in sheets
teeming down bucketing
raining heavily storming

How do you express heavy rain?

Here are a few of the most stand-out phrases, often used when Brits get soaked!

  1. It’s raining cats and dogs. Quite possibly the most famous of the lot, ‘it’s raining cats and dogs’ has many theories. …
  2. Drizzle. …
  3. Spitting. …
  4. Bucketing down. …
  5. Nice weather… for ducks. …
  6. Trying to rain. …
  7. Downpour. …
  8. It’s raining sideways.

How do you say heavy rain?

heavy rainfall

  1. deluge.
  2. torrent.
  3. freshet.
  4. wall of water.
  5. waterflood.

What is another word for heavy weight?

What is another word for heavyweight?

big huge
bulky large
elephantine hefty
beefy considerable
fat excessive

How do you explain rainy weather?

Clouds are made of water droplets. Within a cloud, water droplets condense 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.

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What to say when it’s raining?

6 English Greetings for a Rainy Day

  1. #1) “Nice weather, huh?”
  2. #2) “It’s raining cats and dogs today.”
  3. 3) “Can you believe this weather?”
  4. 4)”Man, it’s really downpouring out there.”
  5. 5) “It’s really coming down out there”
  6. #6) “Stay dry!”