- "Minimal electrical activity in the SW, 22% chance of frogs."
- ―HoloNet News Weather Report
A frog rain was a meteorological phenomenon in which frogs would "rain" from the sky. Like any other type of weather, frog rains could be forecasted with a varying degree of certainty.
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In real life, it may happen that strong winds are powerful enough to suck up a school of fish or frogs and "rain" them elsewhere.
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