Climate at a Glance

Regional Rankings

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Upper Midwest Climate Region

Precipitation Rankings, June 1895

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Period Value 1901-2000
Mean
Amomaly Rank
(1895-2019)
Wettest/Driest
Since
Record
June 1895
1-Month
3.69"
(93.73mm)
4.05"
(102.87mm)
-0.36"
(-9.14mm)
46th Driest Driest to Date 1910
80th Wettest Wettest to Date 2014
May–Jun 1895
2-Month
7.05"
(179.07mm)
7.47"
(189.74mm)
-0.42"
(-10.67mm)
47th Driest Driest to Date 1988
79th Wettest Wettest to Date 1905
Apr–Jun 1895
3-Month
8.67"
(220.22mm)
9.97"
(253.24mm)
-1.30"
(-33.02mm)
27th Driest Driest to Date 1988
99th Wettest Wettest to Date 2013
Mar–Jun 1895
4-Month
9.23"
(234.44mm)
11.68"
(296.67mm)
-2.45"
(-62.23mm)
11th Driest Driest to Date 1910
115th Wettest Wettest to Date 2013
Feb–Jun 1895
5-Month
9.79"
(248.67mm)
12.70"
(322.58mm)
-2.91"
(-73.91mm)
9th Driest Driest to Date 1988
117th Wettest Wettest to Date 2013
Jan–Jun 1895
6-Month
11.09"
(281.69mm)
13.84"
(351.54mm)
-2.75"
(-69.85mm)
10th Driest Driest to Date 1988
116th Wettest Wettest to Date 2013

Citing This Page

  • NOAA National Centers for Environmental information, Climate at a Glance: Regional Time Series, published September 2019, retrieved on September 15, 2019 from https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/cag/