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Its difficult to give an exact figure as the height at which raindrops fall and their size vary widely, but given that raindrops fall at an average speed of around 14 mph and assuming a cloud base height of around 2,500 feet, a raindrop would take just over 2 minutes to reach the ground. Larger raindrops can fall as fast as 20 mph, while the smallest raindrops can take up to 7 minutes to fall.
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