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WJLA, November 30, 2011

Daily Eye Wonder November 2011

A collection of the region's best weather related photos and images and other things we found curious or a wonder for the eye

what large raindrops look like

a large raindrop falling at terminal velocity. Drops larger than .05 " diameter begin to have flattened bottoms due to the resistance of the air. Drops large than about .2" fall at almost 20 mi/hr but are unstable and break up (added by Bob Ryan)