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Washington, Climate Division 2. North East Olympic San Juan

Precipitation Rankings, February 1952

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Period Value 1901-2000
Mean
Anomaly Rank
(1895-2020)
Wettest/Driest
Since
Record
February 1952
1-Month
1.98"
(50.29mm)
2.68"
(68.07mm)
-0.70"
(-17.78mm)
40th Driest Driest since: 1944 1993
87th Wettest Wettest since: 1951 1999
Jan–Feb 1952
2-Month
4.84"
(122.94mm)
6.38"
(162.05mm)
-1.54"
(-39.11mm)
27th Driest Driest since: 1944 1985
100th Wettest Wettest since: 1951 1999
Dec 1951–Feb 1952
3-Month
8.76"
(222.50mm)
10.51"
(266.95mm)
-1.75"
(-44.45mm)
33rd Driest Driest since: 1945 1977
93rd Wettest Wettest since: 1951 1918
Nov 1951–Feb 1952
4-Month
12.02"
(305.31mm)
14.48"
(367.79mm)
-2.46"
(-62.48mm)
26th Driest Driest since: 1945 1977
100th Wettest Wettest since: 1951 1999
Oct 1951–Feb 1952
5-Month
16.02"
(406.91mm)
17.13"
(435.10mm)
-1.11"
(-28.19mm)
48th Driest Driest since: 1947 1977
78th Wettest Wettest since: 1951 1999
Sep 1951–Feb 1952
6-Month
17.51"
(444.75mm)
18.73"
(475.74mm)
-1.22"
(-30.99mm)
45th Driest Driest since: 1947 1977
81st Wettest Wettest since: 1951 1999
Ties: 1927, 2005
Aug 1951–Feb 1952
7-Month
18.53"
(470.66mm)
19.71"
(500.63mm)
-1.18"
(-29.97mm)
43rd Driest Driest since: 1947 1977
83rd Wettest Wettest since: 1951 1996
Ties: 1896
Jul 1951–Feb 1952
8-Month
18.66"
(473.96mm)
20.54"
(521.72mm)
-1.88"
(-47.76mm)
36th Driest Driest since: 1947 1977
90th Wettest Wettest since: 1951 1996
Jun 1951–Feb 1952
9-Month
18.95"
(481.33mm)
21.97"
(558.04mm)
-3.02"
(-76.71mm)
25th Driest Driest since: 1945 1988
101st Wettest Wettest since: 1951 1996
May 1951–Feb 1952
10-Month
20.76"
(527.30mm)
23.58"
(598.93mm)
-2.82"
(-71.63mm)
28th Driest Driest since: 1945 1929
98th Wettest Wettest since: 1951 1991
Apr 1951–Feb 1952
11-Month
21.25"
(539.75mm)
25.39"
(644.91mm)
-4.14"
(-105.16mm)
14th Driest Driest since: 1945 1930
112th Wettest Wettest since: 1951 1991
Mar 1951–Feb 1952
12-Month
23.88"
(606.55mm)
27.83"
(706.88mm)
-3.95"
(-100.33mm)
18th Driest Driest since: 1945 1988
108th Wettest Wettest since: 1951 1996
Sep 1950–Feb 1952
18-Month
45.68"
(1,160.27mm)
46.59"
(1,183.39mm)
-0.91"
(-23.12mm)
54th Driest Driest since: 1946 1930
71st Wettest Wettest since: 1951 1997
Mar 1950–Feb 1952
24-Month
55.75"
(1,416.05mm)
55.69"
(1,414.53mm)
0.06"
(1.52mm)
63rd Driest Driest since: 1946 1930
62nd Wettest Wettest since: 1951 1997
Mar 1949–Feb 1952
36-Month
85.65"
(2,175.51mm)
83.49"
(2,120.65mm)
2.16"
(54.86mm)
67th Driest Driest since: 1947 1931
57th Wettest Wettest since: 1951 1998
Mar 1948–Feb 1952
48-Month
120.43"
(3,058.92mm)
111.26"
(2,826.00mm)
9.17"
(232.92mm)
100th Driest Driest since: 1948 1931
23rd Wettest Wettest since: 1951 1999
Mar 1947–Feb 1952
60-Month
150.06"
(3,811.52mm)
138.99"
(3,530.35mm)
11.07"
(281.17mm)
99th Driest Driest since: 1949 1931
23rd Wettest Wettest since: 1951 2000

Citing This Page

  • NOAA National Centers for Environmental information, Climate at a Glance: Divisional Time Series, published May 2020, retrieved on May 28, 2020 from https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/cag/