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Texas, Climate Division 5. Trans Pecos

Precipitation Rankings, January 1953

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Period Value 1901-2000
Mean
Anomaly Rank
(1895-2020)
Wettest/Driest
Since
Record
January 1953
1-Month
0.00"
(0.00mm)
0.46"
(11.68mm)
-0.46"
(-11.68mm)
1st Driest Driest to Date 1953, 2014
126th Wettest Wettest since: 1952 1949
Ties: 2014
Dec 1952–Jan 1953
2-Month
0.51"
(12.95mm)
0.96"
(24.38mm)
-0.45"
(-11.43mm)
38th Driest Driest since: 1952 1959, 2011
88th Wettest Wettest since: 1950 1992
Ties: 1978, 1996
Nov 1952–Jan 1953
3-Month
1.25"
(31.75mm)
1.50"
(38.10mm)
-0.25"
(-6.35mm)
61st Driest Driest since: 1952 2011
65th Wettest Wettest since: 1949 1992
Oct 1952–Jan 1953
4-Month
1.26"
(32.00mm)
2.73"
(69.34mm)
-1.47"
(-37.34mm)
22nd Driest Driest since: 1952 2011
104th Wettest Wettest since: 1950 1987
Ties: 1976, 1980
Sep 1952–Jan 1953
5-Month
1.75"
(44.45mm)
4.76"
(120.90mm)
-3.01"
(-76.45mm)
8th Driest Driest since: 1952 1935
118th Wettest Wettest since: 1951 1975
Aug 1952–Jan 1953
6-Month
2.08"
(52.83mm)
6.65"
(168.91mm)
-4.57"
(-116.08mm)
3rd Driest Driest since: 1935 1922
123rd Wettest Wettest since: 1952 1975
Jul 1952–Jan 1953
7-Month
4.57"
(116.08mm)
8.57"
(217.68mm)
-4.00"
(-101.60mm)
9th Driest Driest since: 1952 1935
117th Wettest Wettest since: 1951 1975
Jun 1952–Jan 1953
8-Month
5.69"
(144.53mm)
10.01"
(254.25mm)
-4.32"
(-109.72mm)
9th Driest Driest since: 1952 1957
117th Wettest Wettest since: 1951 1987
May 1952–Jan 1953
9-Month
6.85"
(173.99mm)
11.18"
(283.97mm)
-4.33"
(-109.98mm)
11th Driest Driest since: 1952 1957
115th Wettest Wettest since: 1951 1942
Apr 1952–Jan 1953
10-Month
7.75"
(196.85mm)
11.75"
(298.45mm)
-4.00"
(-101.60mm)
12th Driest Driest since: 1952 2012
114th Wettest Wettest since: 1951 1942
Mar 1952–Jan 1953
11-Month
7.92"
(201.17mm)
12.12"
(307.85mm)
-4.20"
(-106.68mm)
12th Driest Driest since: 1952 2012
114th Wettest Wettest since: 1951 1942
Feb 1952–Jan 1953
12-Month
8.17"
(207.52mm)
12.59"
(319.79mm)
-4.42"
(-112.27mm)
11th Driest Driest since: 1952 2012
115th Wettest Wettest since: 1951 1942
Aug 1951–Jan 1953
18-Month
10.66"
(270.76mm)
19.27"
(489.46mm)
-8.61"
(-218.70mm)
6th Driest Driest since: 1935 1954
119th Wettest Wettest since: 1952 1942
Feb 1951–Jan 1953
24-Month
15.17"
(385.32mm)
25.21"
(640.33mm)
-10.04"
(-255.01mm)
5th Driest Driest since: 1935 1935
120th Wettest Wettest since: 1952 1942
Feb 1950–Jan 1953
36-Month
25.86"
(656.84mm)
37.86"
(961.64mm)
-12.00"
(-304.80mm)
8th Driest Driest since: 1936 1954
116th Wettest Wettest since: 1952 1993
Feb 1949–Jan 1953
48-Month
40.26"
(1,022.60mm)
50.49"
(1,282.45mm)
-10.23"
(-259.85mm)
12th Driest Driest since: 1937 1957
111th Wettest Wettest since: 1952 1988
Feb 1948–Jan 1953
60-Month
49.60"
(1,259.84mm)
63.11"
(1,602.99mm)
-13.51"
(-343.15mm)
7th Driest Driest to Date 1957
115th Wettest Wettest since: 1952 1945

Citing This Page

  • NOAA National Centers for Environmental information, Climate at a Glance: Divisional Time Series, published May 2020, retrieved on June 2, 2020 from https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/cag/