Archaic British Words For Rain

This is from a collection of words for rain once used in Suffolk, England. Charming. Absolutely charming.

Archaic Suffolk words for rain(H/t lewisheriz via cinnamon_carter)

Of course, down in Texas we used to talk about gully washers and turd floaters. Not quite as charming, but apt.

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