I have a query that I would be grateful to hear your views on. Have just read the following in a geography text book for year 5. Why does it rain more in the mountains than on the plain? Because the clouds bump against the mountains, and the bumping causes them to release their water. In my non-geographer innocence, I thought this was to do with the clouds rising, air getting colder, dew point is reached, so water drops are formed and thus it rains. I would love to hear a specialist answer here! Thanks Best wishes ___________________________________________________ Meet Theo on line on the TES JobSeekers Forum, or in person at one of the TES Careers Advice Service seminars or individual consultations.