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Example Sentences for "precipitation"


The weatherman has predicted some precipitation for tomorrowWe had a lot of precipitation last year, and the crops were badly damaged.

The weatherman has predicted some precipitation for tomorrow.

The weatherman says we have had record amounts of precipitation this winter.

There was no precipitation today, despite the fact the weatherman said it would snow.

There is a 50% chance of precipitation today, according to the weather forecast.

The only precipitation we have had today was about 10 minutes of light rain.

The weatherman is expecting precipitation, probably in the form of snow for this evening.

It has been kind of gloomy lately with all this precipitation.

Due to precipitation, for a few weeks each year, the mountain known as K2 is actually higher than Mt. Everest.

There is a water shortage in this part of the state this summer due to our unusually low precipitation this year.

The accident was precipitated by a child that ran into the road after her ball.

The massacre in the village could precipitate an all-out war in the region.

The administration has been making too many precipitate decisions, instead of taking the time to think them through properly.

The precipitous drop in oil prices has had a very negative effect on the government's forecast for revenues this year.

She acted quite precipitously, and now she is suffering the consequences.

The basic source of all surface water on our planet is precipitation.

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