Rainfall summaries by climate division (tables & maps) - Last 180 Days

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Last 180 Days: May 26, 2014 through Nov 21, 2014
Normals data from 1981-2010
Climate Division Total Rainfall Departure from Normal Pct of Normal Rank since 1921 (94 periods) Driest on Record Wettest on Record
Panhandle 13.48" +0.29" 102% 41st wettest 5.08" (1952) 21.98" (1923)
N. Central 19.70" +1.05" 106% 35th wettest 6.03" (1952) 30.10" (1986)
Northeast 25.23" +1.73" 107% 29th wettest 9.96" (1952) 39.58" (1941)
W. Central 16.07" -0.86" 95% 44th wettest 3.55" (1952) 32.03" (1986)
Central 20.68" -0.59" 97% 39th wettest 7.34" (1954) 32.86" (2007)
E. Central 23.38" -0.83" 97% 41st wettest 9.76" (1954) 34.58" (1992)
Southwest 14.85" -2.79" 84% 38th driest 4.31" (1954) 28.16" (1986)
S. Central 19.65" -1.97" 91% 46th wettest 6.46" (1952) 33.91" (1981)
Southeast 25.95" +1.16" 105% 34th wettest 11.98" (1952) 38.12" (1974)
Statewide 19.95" -0.29" 99% 38th wettest 7.61" (1952) 28.77" (1996)
Rainfall Stats (Click Link to Enlarge)
Total Precipitation
Normal Precipitation
Departure
Percentage Normal

Tables of rainfall summaries for each climate division are available. Separate summaries are provided for the differing durations of rainfall: from spring to the current date, the warm growing season, the beginning of the calender year to the current date, the water year through the current date, and the last 30, 60, 90, 120, 180, and 365 days.