Climate at a Glance

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South Carolina, Climate Division 1. Mountain

Precipitation Rankings, February 2005

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Period Value 1901-2000
Mean
Anomaly Rank
(1895-2019)
Wettest/Driest
Since
Record
February 2005
1-Month
4.46"
(113.28mm)
5.39"
(136.91mm)
-0.93"
(-23.63mm)
49th Driest Driest since: 2002 1978
77th Wettest Wettest since: 2004 1939
Ties: 1952
Jan–Feb 2005
2-Month
7.34"
(186.44mm)
10.98"
(278.89mm)
-3.64"
(-92.45mm)
20th Driest Driest since: 2004 1907
106th Wettest Wettest since: 2003 1998
Dec 2004–Feb 2005
3-Month
14.44"
(366.78mm)
16.80"
(426.72mm)
-2.36"
(-59.94mm)
46th Driest Driest since: 2004 1986
79th Wettest Wettest since: 2003 2019
Nov 2004–Feb 2005
4-Month
21.11"
(536.19mm)
21.12"
(536.45mm)
-0.01"
(-0.26mm)
68th Driest Driest since: 2004 1938
57th Wettest Wettest since: 2003 2019
Ties: 1948
Oct 2004–Feb 2005
5-Month
22.68"
(576.07mm)
25.69"
(652.53mm)
-3.01"
(-76.46mm)
46th Driest Driest since: 2004 2017
79th Wettest Wettest since: 2003 2019
Sep 2004–Feb 2005
6-Month
42.03"
(1,067.56mm)
30.62"
(777.75mm)
11.41"
(289.81mm)
114th Driest Driest since: 2004 2017
11th Wettest Wettest since: 1998 2010
Aug 2004–Feb 2005
7-Month
46.50"
(1,181.10mm)
36.88"
(936.75mm)
9.62"
(244.35mm)
111th Driest Driest since: 2004 2017
14th Wettest Wettest since: 1996 2019
Jul 2004–Feb 2005
8-Month
54.33"
(1,379.98mm)
43.16"
(1,096.26mm)
11.17"
(283.72mm)
110th Driest Driest since: 2004 2017
15th Wettest Wettest since: 1993 1899
Jun 2004–Feb 2005
9-Month
62.15"
(1,578.61mm)
48.63"
(1,235.20mm)
13.52"
(343.41mm)
114th Driest Driest since: 2004 2017
11th Wettest Wettest since: 1996 1902
May 2004–Feb 2005
10-Month
66.48"
(1,688.59mm)
53.64"
(1,362.46mm)
12.84"
(326.13mm)
114th Driest Driest since: 2004 2017
11th Wettest Wettest since: 1996 2019
Apr 2004–Feb 2005
11-Month
69.24"
(1,758.70mm)
58.61"
(1,488.69mm)
10.63"
(270.01mm)
104th Driest Driest since: 2004 2017
21st Wettest Wettest since: 1996 1902
Mar 2004–Feb 2005
12-Month
71.42"
(1,814.07mm)
64.95"
(1,649.73mm)
6.47"
(164.34mm)
92nd Driest Driest since: 2003 2017
33rd Wettest Wettest since: 2004 1902
Sep 2003–Feb 2005
18-Month
96.83"
(2,459.48mm)
95.59"
(2,427.99mm)
1.24"
(31.49mm)
63rd Driest Driest since: 2003 1905
61st Wettest Wettest since: 2004 1902
Mar 2003–Feb 2005
24-Month
144.78"
(3,677.41mm)
129.99"
(3,301.75mm)
14.79"
(375.66mm)
107th Driest Driest since: 2004 2009
17th Wettest Wettest since: 1996 1902
Mar 2002–Feb 2005
36-Month
209.26"
(5,315.20mm)
195.26"
(4,959.60mm)
14.00"
(355.60mm)
95th Driest Driest since: 2004 1928
28th Wettest Wettest since: 1998 1976
Mar 2001–Feb 2005
48-Month
258.43"
(6,564.12mm)
260.34"
(6,612.64mm)
-1.91"
(-48.52mm)
56th Driest Driest since: 2004 2002
66th Wettest Wettest since: 1999 1902
Mar 2000–Feb 2005
60-Month
305.11"
(7,749.79mm)
325.36"
(8,264.14mm)
-20.25"
(-514.35mm)
30th Driest Driest since: 2004 2003
91st Wettest Wettest since: 2000 1978

Citing This Page

  • NOAA National Centers for Environmental information, Climate at a Glance: Divisional Time Series, published October 2019, retrieved on October 22, 2019 from https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/cag/