Examples of rainstorm in a Sentence
we ran into a big rainstorm on Highway 6, and the visibility was so poor we had to pull over
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The noise was audible for miles, rolling across the countryside like booming thunderclaps in a boot-soaking rainstorm.
Rainfall over the next several weeks is expected to be normal to slightly above normal, with a lower chance of major rainstorms that would cause significant additional runoff, the NOAA forecasters said.
Oroville’s crisis began when the main spillway fractured in two last Feb. 7 in a heavy rainstorm.
The man, who requested that Euronews not disclose his name, came up with the idea after a rainstorm had filled his street with deep trenches of muddy water on Saturday.
But Price said the rainstorm last month appeared to easily surpass both of those floods.
Dorothy: The streets of Atlanta in a torrential rainstorm felt pretty unusual, too.
None of the three did a particularly good job of fighting off the first rainstorm the couple endured while living in the home.
The Boston Marathon victory Monday by Chula Vista native Desiree Linden in a frigid rainstorm provided a stirring endorsement for resilience, unshakable belief and the power of stubbornly putting one foot in front of the other.
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Definition of rainstorm for English Language Learners
: a storm that produces rain
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