Why do heavy rains fall in the tropics ?

As the trade winds (N.E. and S.E.) travel towards the tropics they absorb much moisture from the warm
surface of the ocean over which they pass. This warm air charged with moisture rises, and much of the
moisture is condensed by cooling. In this way the tropics get torrential downpours.

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