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Is there a limit to how big a raindrop can be?


And yes I'm serious. I really wondered today if anyone has every tried to figure it out. I imagine it would have a lot to do with air pressure and temperature change and the rate at which the water is condensing in the clouds but I'm no meteorologist.

 

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