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Croatian City Rainiest in the World for a Day

RainCroatia’s third largest city Rijeka received close to 250 litres of rain on Sunday, making it the rainiest city in the world for the day. Rijeka, situated on Croatia’s northern Adriatic, officially recorded 249.5 litres of rainfall per square metre, comfortable placing it on top of Sunday’s rainiest cities in the world list ahead of second placed Thabazimbi in South Africa (206 litres) and the Chinese city of Sanhu Dao (141 litres).

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24 hours percipitation – top 15 cities on Sunday

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