Map Shows The Wettest Cities In The World

There is an old saying that states: “into each life, some rain must fall.” We use it to describe some difficult times we may have to go through on occasion, but literal rain has to fall in our lives as well.

If you happen to live in a part of the world where rain falls frequently, you may long for sunnier days. On the other hand, if you live in a part of the world where rain is rarely ever falling, you might wish it fell a little more often.

It is always interesting to see what other people in other parts of the world have to put up with and Budget Direct makes this a lot easier for us. They created a set of graphics that shows countries around the world that are the wettest.

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In order to create this graphic, Budget Direct took advantage of climate-data.org. As you can imagine, many of the places that are the wettest in the world are in tropical climates. This includes the wettest city in the world, Buenaventura, Columbia. In the United States, the title goes to Hilo, in Hawaii.

If you are interested in seeing the wettest city in your country, check out the graphics below. They deal with current weather data so if the weather changes, I guess this information will have to change as well.

Photo: Budget Direct
Photo: Budget Direct
Photo: Budget Direct
Photo: Budget Direct
Photo: Budget Direct
Photo: Budget Direct
Photo: Budget Direct
Photo: Budget Direct
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