Rainfall definition

Rainfall means Deficit rainfall , excess rainfall , unseasonal rainfall ,rainy days , dry spells , dry days
Rainfall means precipitation of liquid water drops that have diameters greater than 0.5 mm, or, if widely scattered, the drops may be smaller.

Examples of Rainfall in a sentence

The Stormwater Management Plan must include the following specific requirements: Layout plan A detailed drainage plan at a scale of 1:100 based on drainage calculations prepared in accordance with the Institute of Engineers Australia publication, Australian Rainfall and Run- off, 1987 edition or most current version thereof.

RUNOFF: Rainfall, snowmelt, or irrigation water flowing over the ground surface.

Forecast Areas Map Observations Melbourne Observations All Victorian Observations Rainfall & River Conditions QLD QLD Weather & Warnings Warnings Summary Forecasts Brisbane Forecast Qld.

Based on confirmation by the ODR, any time extension granted will be issued by Change Order for those weather days during that month which exceed the number expected, as shown in the Rainfall Table located in Special Conditions.

The plan must be at a scale of 1:100 and based on drainage calculations prepared in accordance with the Institute of Engineers Australia publication, Australian Rainfall and Run-off, 1987 edition or most current version thereof.

Rainfall dates and amounts must be recorded for all rainfall events at any Facility where Manure or raw material, intermediate product, or final product storage is exposed to rainfall.

Layout planA detailed drainage plan at a scale of 1:100 based on drainage calculations prepared in accordance with the Institute of Engineers Australia publication, Australian Rainfall and Run-off, 1987 edition or most current version thereof.

Groundwater, Instream, and Rainfall monitoring point information is shown on the following attachments and is to be conducted according to the approved plans contained in the DMLR Electronic Permit (EP).

Rainfall data from existing weather stations (often maintained at airports) may be acceptable so long as it is representative of the CSS area.

Rainfall records for the period of construction shall be taken on Site.

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