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Texas, Climate Division 5. Trans Pecos

Precipitation Rankings, March 1989

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Period Value 1901-2000
Mean
Anomaly Rank
(1895-2020)
Wettest/Driest
Since
Record
March 1989
1-Month
0.26"
(6.60mm)
0.37"
(9.40mm)
-0.11"
(-2.80mm)
62nd Driest Driest since: 1988 1904, 1956, 1971, 2011
65th Wettest Wettest since: 1987 1926
Ties: 2014, 2016
Feb–Mar 1989
2-Month
1.72"
(43.69mm)
0.83"
(21.08mm)
0.89"
(22.61mm)
109th Driest Driest since: 1988 1917
18th Wettest Wettest since: 1973 1911
Ties: 1957
Jan–Mar 1989
3-Month
2.02"
(51.31mm)
1.29"
(32.77mm)
0.73"
(18.54mm)
103rd Driest Driest since: 1988 1971
24th Wettest Wettest since: 1985 1911
Ties: 1957
Dec 1988–Mar 1989
4-Month
2.28"
(57.91mm)
1.79"
(45.47mm)
0.49"
(12.44mm)
89th Driest Driest since: 1988 2011
37th Wettest Wettest since: 1987 1992
Ties: 1957
Nov 1988–Mar 1989
5-Month
2.30"
(58.42mm)
2.33"
(59.18mm)
-0.03"
(-0.76mm)
72nd Driest Driest since: 1988 2011
54th Wettest Wettest since: 1987 1992
Oct 1988–Mar 1989
6-Month
2.49"
(63.25mm)
3.57"
(90.68mm)
-1.08"
(-27.43mm)
40th Driest Driest since: 1988 2011
86th Wettest Wettest since: 1987 1987
Ties: 1967
Sep 1988–Mar 1989
7-Month
5.01"
(127.25mm)
5.59"
(141.99mm)
-0.58"
(-14.74mm)
57th Driest Driest since: 1988 1922
69th Wettest Wettest since: 1987 1975
Aug 1988–Mar 1989
8-Month
6.99"
(177.55mm)
7.48"
(189.99mm)
-0.49"
(-12.44mm)
60th Driest Driest since: 1988 1922
66th Wettest Wettest since: 1987 1975
Jul 1988–Mar 1989
9-Month
10.46"
(265.68mm)
9.40"
(238.76mm)
1.06"
(26.92mm)
83rd Driest Driest since: 1988 1935
43rd Wettest Wettest since: 1987 1975
Jun 1988–Mar 1989
10-Month
11.33"
(287.78mm)
10.85"
(275.59mm)
0.48"
(12.19mm)
73rd Driest Driest since: 1988 1935
53rd Wettest Wettest since: 1987 1987
May 1988–Mar 1989
11-Month
12.62"
(320.55mm)
12.02"
(305.31mm)
0.60"
(15.24mm)
78th Driest Driest since: 1986 2012
48th Wettest Wettest since: 1988 1942
Apr 1988–Mar 1989
12-Month
12.88"
(327.15mm)
12.58"
(319.53mm)
0.30"
(7.62mm)
68th Driest Driest since: 1986 2012
58th Wettest Wettest since: 1988 1942
Oct 1987–Mar 1989
18-Month
14.81"
(376.17mm)
16.18"
(410.97mm)
-1.37"
(-34.80mm)
50th Driest Driest since: 1984 2012
75th Wettest Wettest since: 1988 1942
Ties: 1930
Apr 1987–Mar 1989
24-Month
27.62"
(701.55mm)
25.21"
(640.33mm)
2.41"
(61.22mm)
91st Driest Driest since: 1984 1935
34th Wettest Wettest since: 1988 1942
Ties: 1991
Apr 1986–Mar 1989
36-Month
49.38"
(1,254.25mm)
37.86"
(961.64mm)
11.52"
(292.61mm)
118th Driest Driest since: 1988 1954
6th Wettest Wettest since: 1987 1993
Apr 1985–Mar 1989
48-Month
61.75"
(1,568.45mm)
50.51"
(1,282.95mm)
11.24"
(285.50mm)
111th Driest Driest since: 1986 1955
12th Wettest Wettest since: 1988 1988
Apr 1984–Mar 1989
60-Month
79.95"
(2,030.73mm)
63.12"
(1,603.25mm)
16.83"
(427.48mm)
121st Driest Driest since: 1988 1957
1st Wettest Wettest to Date 1989

Citing This Page

  • NOAA National Centers for Environmental information, Climate at a Glance: Divisional Time Series, published May 2020, retrieved on May 29, 2020 from https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/cag/