March 2012
Precipitation Data for Mitchell

Date Observed 
Precip
(inches)
  Normal  
Precip
(inches)
   Record   
Precip
(inches)
   Year     Observed 
Snow
(inches)
  Normal  
Snow
(inches)
100.02N/AN/A09999
2Trace0.02N/AN/ATrace9999
300.02N/AN/A09999
4Trace0.03N/AN/ATrace9999
500.03N/AN/A09999
600.03N/AN/A09999
700.02N/AN/A09999
800.03N/AN/A09999
900.03N/AN/A09999
1000.02N/AN/A09999
110.070.03N/AN/A09999
120.040.03N/AN/A09999
1300.03N/AN/A09999
1400.04N/AN/A09999
1500.03N/AN/A09999
1600.03N/AN/A09999
1700.04N/AN/A09999
1800.03N/AN/A09999
190.030.04N/AN/A09999
2000.03N/AN/A09999
2100.03N/AN/A09999
220.110.04N/AN/A09999
2300.03N/AN/A09999
2400.03N/AN/A09999
2500.03N/AN/A09999
2600.03N/AN/A09999
2700.04N/AN/A09999
2800.07N/AN/A09999
29Trace0.06N/AN/A09999
30Trace0.06N/AN/A09999
3100.06N/AN/A09999
Month
Total
0.251.060309969

Precipitation is rain and also melted snow.

The highest observed and record precipitation for the month are highlighted with a white background.


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(Data listed above is unofficial and may contain errors. For official climate records, please contact the National Climatic Data Center.)


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