Climate at a Glance

Statewide Rankings

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Florida

Precipitation Rankings, July 1895

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Period Value 1901-2000
Mean
Anomaly Rank
(1895-2021)
Wettest/Driest
Since
Record
July 1895
1-Month
7.42"
(188.47mm)
7.40"
(187.96mm)
0.02"
(0.51mm)
65th Driest Driest to Date 1932
63rd Wettest Wettest to Date 2013
Jun–Jul 1895
2-Month
13.39"
(340.11mm)
14.28"
(362.71mm)
-0.89"
(-22.60mm)
44th Driest Driest to Date 1931
84th Wettest Wettest to Date 2013
May–Jul 1895
3-Month
18.35"
(466.09mm)
18.26"
(463.80mm)
0.09"
(2.29mm)
64th Driest Driest to Date 1931
64th Wettest Wettest to Date 1906
Apr–Jul 1895
4-Month
23.19"
(589.03mm)
21.28"
(540.51mm)
1.91"
(48.52mm)
87th Driest Driest to Date 1998
41st Wettest Wettest to Date 1991
Mar–Jul 1895
5-Month
25.85"
(656.59mm)
24.97"
(634.24mm)
0.88"
(22.35mm)
74th Driest Driest to Date 2006
54th Wettest Wettest to Date 1991
Feb–Jul 1895
6-Month
29.62"
(752.35mm)
28.12"
(714.25mm)
1.50"
(38.10mm)
81st Driest Driest to Date 2000
47th Wettest Wettest to Date 1959
Jan–Jul 1895
7-Month
33.68"
(855.47mm)
31.08"
(789.43mm)
2.60"
(66.04mm)
87th Driest Driest to Date 1898
41st Wettest Wettest to Date 1991

Citing This Page

  • NOAA National Centers for Environmental information, Climate at a Glance: Statewide Time Series, published May 2022, retrieved on May 21, 2022 from https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/cag/