When was the longest rain ever?

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What is the longest time it has rained ever?

The wettest place on Earth is the village of Mawsynram in Meghalaya, India, which receives 467 inches of rain per year. In terms of a single storm, in 2014, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) confirmed a world record 48-hour rainfall of 98.15 inches on June 15-16, 1995, in Cherrapunji, India.

How hot did dinosaurs live?

“Our results demonstrate that dinosaurs in the northern hemisphere lived in extreme heat, when average summer temperatures hovered around 27 degrees [Celsius]. As such, one can well imagine that there were summer days when temperatures crept above 40 degrees.

What was before dinosaurs?

The age immediately prior to the dinosaurs was called the Permian. Although there were amphibious reptiles, early versions of the dinosaurs, the dominant life form was the trilobite, visually somewhere between a wood louse and an armadillo. In their heyday there were 15,000 kinds of trilobite.

What is the longest it has ever snowed?

A record snowfall of 67.8 inches occurred in Bessans in the French Alps during a 19 hour period between April 5-6, 1959.

How many days can it rain in a row?

More than a few stations have measured precipitation in over 600 consecutive days. The record is 881 days in a row at the Honomu Mauka station on the Big Island! For about half of Contiguous U.S., no run of wet days longer than 15 has been observed in any year.

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