Why are the rain drops of a different size each time?
Sometimes when it's raining, the drops are tiny, other times they are huge - what is determining that size?
http://ga.water.usgs.gov/edu/raindropsizes.html - this will answer your question, I hope. I couldn't of put it better myself.
Moisture in the atmosphere condenses onto particulate matter suspended in the air. When water begins to accumulate, it reaches some critical mass, and begins descending. As it falls, it will collide with other drops of rain, and will also accumulate moisture from the air below it.
That's about all I know on this one.
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