Where does flood come from?

Heavy rainfall is the simplest cause of flooding. When there is too much rain or it happens too fast, there just isn’t a place for it to go. This can result in floods like flash flooding. Overflowing rivers are another cause of floods. You don’t necessarily need heavy rains though to experience river flooding.

You should be asking “Where do floods come from?”

I found the answer was floods occur when water covers land that is normally dry. In coastal areas flooding can be caused by tsunamis, very high tides, or tropical cyclones, which cause surges of seawater. Floods can also result from the failure of natural or man-made barriers, such as dams or levees.

Where do floods happen the most in the world?

River floodplains and coastal areas are the most susceptible to flooding, however, it is possible for flooding to occur in areas with unusually long periods of heavy rainfall. Bangladesh is the most flood prone area in the world .

Because floods can have so many different causes, they can occur almost anywhere but most floods occur in coastal areas and almost none occur in the dry, arid centre of Australia.

You could be wondering “Where are around the world do floods occur most often?”

One idea is that floods can occur in any area of the world that experiences rainfall, but areas with many bodies of water are at a higher risk. Flooding can also occur when excessive rainfall hits land that is dry. The flood occurs because the land cannot take in all of the water. It is possible for flooding to occur without rainfall.

One query we ran across in our research was “Where has the worst flood been?”.

Some sources claimed the Grote Mandrenke of 1362, also known as the Saint Marcellus’s flood, was one of the most catastrophic floods ever to hit Europe. Anywhere between 25,000 to 100,000 people drowned, with England, Denmark, Germany, and Holland all affected.

How did the flood change the Earth?

There will be differences caused by winds and ocean currents.

Was there really a great flood?

There was no worldwide “great flood” that covered the tops of mountains and killed every human and animal on the planet apart from the contents of one very unlikely amateur floating zoo. The Egyptians, who lived virtually next door might have noticed that they all drowned, but they didn’t. Instead they were still able to build pyramids.

The most obvious answer to the question of why God flooded the world is the one given twice in the first few verses. And he determined to wipe us from the face of the earth.