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Your 6-hour rainfall data represent the depth of water fallen in 6 hours. In order to have the average rainfall intensity in m/s corresponding to that interval of time, you have to divide the rainfall depth for the number of seconds in the time interval or for mm/s you multiply for 1000/21600. If you want the intensity in m/h you divide for 6 hours. You have ...


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I'll address this part of the question first: "Or a similar question can be: the weather measurements of how far ago can affect today's weather measurements? Does the weather forget about the weather events of long time ago? If so, how long is that window?" The answer is "approximately two weeks". Even with nearly perfect knowledge of the ...


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