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    Does anyone really know if the rain in Spain actually does fall mainly on the plain?? :confused:
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    And where's that blasted plain?

    :awesome:
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    no never happens :P
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    I got rained on on a Spanish beach once if that helps :p:
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    (Original post by Reagan Smash)
    And where's that blasted plain?

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    Eliza in spain! IN SPAIN!
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    (Original post by Jelephant)
    I got rained on on a Spanish beach once if that helps :p:
    no, no, not really... :P

    hehehe
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    "No, the rain in Spain does not fall mainly on the plain. According to statistics from the Spanish Instituto Nacional de Meteorología (National Weather Institute) for 2005, the rain in Spain falls mainly in the north and north-west (primarily mountainous regions).

    In 2005 (a drought year, by the way), rainfall for the North-NW regions was 1162.8 mm/m2. The "plains", which could be considered the areas of influence of the major rivers, had much less rain, thus, average rainfall for these plains were: Duero, 456.7 mm; Tagus, 391.7 mm; Guadalquivir, 358.4 mm; all of these below even the average for the peninsula on the whole: 491.4.

    So, no, the rain in Spain does not fall mainly on the plain."
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    (Original post by spacepirate-James)
    Eliza in spain! IN SPAIN!

    By George she's got it!
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    damn all this time i thought plain was plane as in aeroplane damn **** you ***********

    [i've never been this honest on tsr]
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    (Original post by RNBen)
    "No, the rain in Spain does not fall mainly on the plain. According to statistics from the Spanish Instituto Nacional de Meteorología (National Weather Institute) for 2005, the rain in Spain falls mainly in the north and north-west (primarily mountainous regions).

    In 2005 (a drought year, by the way), rainfall for the North-NW regions was 1162.8 mm/m2. The "plains", which could be considered the areas of influence of the major rivers, had much less rain, thus, average rainfall for these plains were: Duero, 456.7 mm; Tagus, 391.7 mm; Guadalquivir, 358.4 mm; all of these below even the average for the peninsula on the whole: 491.4.

    So, no, the rain in Spain does not fall mainly on the plain."
    ...i can see ur fun at parties...
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    (Original post by spacepirate-James)
    ...i can see ur fun at parties...
    That material goes down really well at meteorologist dos.
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    (Original post by spacepirate-James)
    ...i can see ur fun at parties...
    :rofl:




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