Climate at a Glance

Statewide Rankings

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Ohio

Precipitation Rankings, May 1895

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Period Value 1901-2000
Mean
Anomaly Rank
(1895-2019)
Wettest/Driest
Since
Record
May 1895
1-Month
1.82"
(46.23mm)
3.80"
(96.52mm)
-1.98"
(-50.29mm)
10th Driest Driest to Date 1934
116th Wettest Wettest to Date 1968
Apr–May 1895
2-Month
3.92"
(99.57mm)
7.31"
(185.67mm)
-3.39"
(-86.10mm)
2nd Driest Driest to Date 1934
124th Wettest Wettest to Date 2011
Mar–May 1895
3-Month
5.63"
(143.00mm)
10.68"
(271.27mm)
-5.05"
(-128.27mm)
2nd Driest Driest to Date 1941
124th Wettest Wettest to Date 2011
Feb–May 1895
4-Month
6.47"
(164.34mm)
12.98"
(329.69mm)
-6.51"
(-165.35mm)
2nd Driest Driest to Date 1941
124th Wettest Wettest to Date 2011
Jan–May 1895
5-Month
10.25"
(260.35mm)
15.79"
(401.07mm)
-5.54"
(-140.72mm)
3rd Driest Driest to Date 1941
123rd Wettest Wettest to Date 2011

Citing This Page

  • NOAA National Centers for Environmental information, Climate at a Glance: Statewide Time Series, published March 2020, retrieved on April 1, 2020 from https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/cag/