Rainfall patterns depend on:
the underground water table
the number of water bodies in an area
the density pattern of human population in an area
the prevailing season in an area
The correct option is B the number of water bodies in an area
Rainfall patterns depend on the number of water bodies in an area.
As temperatures rise and the air becomes warmer, more moisture evaporates from land and water into the atmosphere. More moisture in the air generally means we can expect more rain and snow (called precipitation) and more heavy downpours. But this extra precipitation is not spread evenly around the globe, and some places might actually get less precipitation than they used to get. That's because climate change causes shifts in air and ocean currents, which can change weather patterns.