Jan - Jun 2012 Tri-State Area Precipitation


A stubborn ridge of high pressure has remained anchored over the central United States and is responsible for record warmth and drought conditions over a large portion of the United States. The map below shows precipitation for the first half of 2012 for the Tri-State area as a departure from normal. Click on the map to enlarge.

 

 

The table below lists precipitation totals and departure from normal for specific reporting stations from our network of cooperative observers.  In the last column, cells are color shaded using the following legend:

                       +2.00" to -2.00"
    -2.00" to -3.99"
    -4.00" to -5.99"
    -6.00" to -7.99"

 

January - June 2012 Precipitation

Station Precipitation (Inches) Departure From Normal
Atwood 7.55 -4.16
Benkelman 6.36 -3.87
Brewster 4W 5.38 -5.00
Burlington  8.84 +0.22
Burlington 4S 6.71 -1.90
Cheyenne Wells 6.33 -1.34
Colby 5.36 -4.51
Culbertson 7.42 -3.76
Densmore 7.03 -4.10
Dresden 5.52 -5.39
Flagler 4.28 -3.66
Goodland 5.36 -4.37
Gove 6.56 -3.99
Haigler 9.23 -0.25
Hill City 4.92 -6.34
Hoxie 7.91 -2.50
Idalia 8.40 -1.69
Joes 4.97 -4.50
Lenora 7.05 -3.88
Leoti 4.37 -5.11
McCook Airport 4.55 -6.77
Norton Dam 6.57 -6.49
Oakley 5.77 -3.59
Oberlin 5.89 -5.67
Palisade 7.07 -3.93
Rexford 5.76 -4.80
Russell Springs 5.21 -3.08
Sharon Springs 4.20 -5.44
St Francis 8NW 6.34 -3.44
Stratton, NE 6.96 -3.24
Trenton Dam 7.36 -3.29
Tribune 4.02 -4.98
Wallace 5.42 -3.65
Winona 4.09 -4.93
Wray 4.77 -4.29
Yuma 4.44 -4.40

 



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