How to measure rainfall in the Northern Hemisphere

How to calculate the amount of rain that falls in the North American continent?

The Weather Channel has a video of the weather channel’s team measuring rainfall and wind direction in New Zealand.

The team was able to track the wind direction to about the same area as what we’re seeing on the ground.

Here’s what they found:It looks like the rain is flowing towards the South East, with an average speed of about 15km/h.

The team measured the amount that was falling in the area, which is estimated at 0.4mm per hour.

This gives us a figure for the rain that has fallen in the last 24 hours: 1.4 mm per hour, or 0.14 inches, in the past 24 hours.

If you want to get a more accurate estimate, you can try using this tool to find out where in the world you live.

The data for that area was taken from the website weather.com, which was created by a team of meteorologists in the UK.