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NOAA 200yrs

Rain, Rain, Go Away

Spring 2011

precip over the 90 days preceding 6/2/11

Precipitation across the Ohio valley from the 90 days preceding 6/2/11

March, April, May

 

CLEVELAND

TOLEDO

MANSFIELD

AKRON/CANTON

YOUNGSTOWN

ERIE, PA

Precipitation (inches)

18.21

(new record)

15.30

18.41

(new record)

16.63

20.33

(new record)

19.76

(new record)

Number of inches above normal

 

+8.40

 

+6.30

 

+6.46

 

+6.13

 

+10.50

 

+9.91

graph of precip for Cleveland
CLEVELAND

Spring: Top Ten Wettest (Year/Inches)

1. 2011 18.21
2. 1989 16.33
3. 1947 14.57
4. 1955 14.31
5. 1956 13.70
6. 1913 13.62
7. 2002 13.57
8. 1948 13.44
9. 1950 13.39
10. 1890 13.15

MANSFIELD

Spring: Top Ten Wettest (Year/Inches)

1. 2011 18.41
2. 1904 17.93
3. 1996 17.90
4. 1964 17.78
5. 1989 16.86
6. 1984 16.39
7. 1927 15.37
8. 1929 15.32
9. 1943 15.16
10. 1933 15.11

 

YOUNGSTOWN

Spring: Top Ten Wettest (Year/Inches)

1. 2011 20.33
2. 1929 16.15
3. 1956 15.49
4. 1964 15.13
5. 2004 14.07
6. 1947 13.93
7. 1950 13.83
8. 1946 13.80
9. 1944 13.54
10. 2002 13.23

 

ERIE, PA

Spring: Top Ten Wettest (Year/Inches)

1. 2011 19.76
2. 1947 16.73
3. 1878 14.81
4. 2002 14.79
5. 1974 14.35
6. 2004 13.82
7. 1976 13.67
8. 1893 13.55
9. 1953 13.21
10. 1882 13.21

 

three-month climate outlook

For the most part, the area has equal chances of being above, below, or near normal this summer. The rest of the midwest has a better chance of being below normal while the desert southwest and the south are expected to have a better chance of above normal temperatures.

three-month climate outlook

There are no strong signals that point significantly one way or another. Much of the country has equal chances at being above, below, or near normal in precipitation this summer.

 


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