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I'm living near a sea, and it rains mostly and heavily at night from 11 PM to 3 AM. The weather is mostly clear during daytime.

Air is generally cooler at night, and cool air holds less moisture than warm air resulting in rainfall.

There is a similar Phys.SE question herehere which states the same thing.

Is this the only reason why it rains most at night, or are there any other factors which may affect the reason for raining more at night?

I'm living near a sea, and it rains mostly and heavily at night from 11 PM to 3 AM. The weather is mostly clear during daytime.

Air is generally cooler at night, and cool air holds less moisture than warm air resulting in rainfall.

There is a similar Phys.SE question here which states the same thing.

Is this the only reason why it rains most at night, or are there any other factors which may affect the reason for raining more at night?

I'm living near a sea, and it rains mostly and heavily at night from 11 PM to 3 AM. The weather is mostly clear during daytime.

Air is generally cooler at night, and cool air holds less moisture than warm air resulting in rainfall.

There is a similar Phys.SE question here which states the same thing.

Is this the only reason why it rains most at night, or are there any other factors which may affect the reason for raining more at night?

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I'm living near a sea, and it rains mostly and heavily at night from 11 PM to 3 AM. The weather is mostly clear during daytime.

Air is generally cooler at night, and cool air holds less moisture than warm air resulting in rainfall.

There is a similar Question overPhys.SE question herehere which states the same thing.

Is this the only reason why it rains most at night, or are there any other factors which may affect the reason for raining more at night?

I'm living near a sea, and it rains mostly and heavily at night from 11 PM to 3 AM. The weather is mostly clear during daytime.

Air is generally cooler at night, and cool air holds less moisture than warm air resulting in rainfall.

There is a similar Question over here which states the same thing

Is this the only reason why it rains most at night, or are there any other factors which may affect the reason for raining more at night?

I'm living near a sea, and it rains mostly and heavily at night from 11 PM to 3 AM. The weather is mostly clear during daytime.

Air is generally cooler at night, and cool air holds less moisture than warm air resulting in rainfall.

There is a similar Phys.SE question here which states the same thing.

Is this the only reason why it rains most at night, or are there any other factors which may affect the reason for raining more at night?

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