rain gush

rain gush

[′rān ‚gəsh]
(meteorology)
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The night before our October tour, rain gushed like a fire hose on the roof of our rental cabin south of town.
SHOPPERS had to be evacuated as rain gushed through the roof of a Home Bargains store as storms hit North Wales yesterday afternoon.
All that pavement and hard surface is watertight, so instead of being slowly absorbed, rain gushes off of it down gutters, into the sewer, and straight into the nearest watercourse.
A coat button could have helped to prove Lara's version of circumstances on the night of the murder; towards the end of the film the detective who had been assigned to the case squats on his haunches in the opening of a parking garage as rain gushes down in torrents in the street.
Pat and Ken Barton and their neighbours Susan and Jim McFarlane are still living without proper flooring, plastered walls and electricity downstairs after heavy rain gushed through a grassy bank after collecting in a nearby Tile Hill Wood nature reserve and flooded their homes.
Defending champions England - boasting Ryder Cup stars Luke Donald and David Howell - and Sweden were the teams left trailing in Wales' wake as the rain gushed down on Vilamoura, preventing the scheduled final round from starting.
A MONTH after heavy rain gushed through their homes, neighbours Pat Barton and Susan McFarlane are still caught in a flooding nightmare.
Pellets of rain gushed from above as if the gods had gone paint-balling.