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
Recent Examples of rainstorm from the Web
Powerful winds and rainstorms swept across a crowded swath of northern India, demolishing houses, uprooting trees and killing at least 43 people as winds turned the skies brown with dust and sand, officials said Monday.
Last year, with rainstorms and unseasonable cold, there were 158,070 guests.
Elijah could order up a drought or rainstorm on demand.
The Broad Theater was still recovering from a previous rainstorm when the August storm hit.
During heavy rainstorms, flash floods roar down the concrete channels and attract spectators.
Both of these extremes fit the narrative of a warmer world in which hot weather is more intense and rainstorms turn heavier.
With Pletcher giving Velazquez a leg up on Maraud in the $300,000, Grade 2 American Turf, the 3-year-old colt came charging down the middle of the track in a driving rainstorm to claim a 1 ½-length victory in 1:47.52.
Very ceremonial and enjoyable, with incredibly gracious service (the owner drove me to my hotel in a rainstorm!).
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RAINSTORM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rainstorm for English Language Learners
: a storm that produces rain
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