Floods are simply a function of terrain and the amount of water that gets placed there, whether by rain or otherwise. Flash floods occur quickly, and are usually the result of a regular body of water going beyond capacity and spilling over. Other kinds of floods from sheer rain volume develop from accumulated water over time not being evaporated or bringing ground water levels up to full. Flooding can vary from region to region, and cannot usually be averaged out, but it can be predicted and prevented by proper measures ready to take on the extra water.
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