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    Rights: Georgios Alexandris, licenced through 123RF limited Published 29 August 2017 Size: 580 KB Referencing Hub media

    Rainfall (precipitation) wets the fuel – or vegetation. Its effect depends on the fuel size. Fine fuels absorb moisture more quickly than coarse fuels. Lack of rain is the single biggest factor contributing to the drying out of moisture in fuels.

    Acknowledgement: Georgios Alexandris, licenced through 123RF limited