How fast do raindrops fall?

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Topics: ScienceMathRain, Earth Sciences, Meteorology, Speed


The terminal velocity of raindrops is somewhere between 5 and 20 mph depending on environmental conditions.

In still air, raindrops fall just slightly faster than 600 feet per minute, or about 7 mph.

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