Suppose you knew it was going to be raining and you had to traverse through a swampy or marshy area. For the dangers that exist with them, how significantly are they increased due to rain?
I figure there would be more insects, which carry risks, but are the risks significantly worse when it's raining?
Maybe a better question would be, if you had to trek through a swampland, is there a condition where you would be fine with it on a sunny day, which you would no longer do if it was raining?
Assume the rain is medium to heavy, not something like a light drizzle.
For example, does the terrain become even more dangerous and muddy? Or is it negligibly worse? Is it easier for, say, alligators or such fauna to hide easier, or is the raise in water not enough to change this (as in, they would be able to hide enough anyways and this isn't a strong point)? Can flooding happen in a way that it would not normally happen on a sunny day?
There are raised paths you have to walk over.