Spring Precipitation Totals 2013

...SPRING PRECIPITATION TOTALS INCLUDE THE MONTHS OF MARCH APRIL AND MAY...

A WET AND COOL METEOROLOGICAL SPRING (MARCH - MAY) WAS EXPERIENCED OVER THE
BI-STATE AREA. PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS FOR THE THREE-MONTH PERIOD GENERALLY
RANGED FROM 15-22 INCHES WITH THE HEAVIEST TOTALS ACROSS NORTHEAST MISSOURI.
HEAVY PRECIPITATION EVENTS BEGINNING IN THE MIDDLE OF APRIL BROUGHT THE
MAINSTEM RIVERS AND MANY OF THE AREA TRIBUTARIES ABOVE BANKFULL WITH MODERATE
TO MAJOR FLOODING OBSERVED AT MANY LOCATIONS. MAINSTEM RIVER FLOODING HAS
CONTINUED INTO THE BEGINNING OF JUNE DUE TO THE PERIODIC HEAVY RAINFALL EVENTS
DURING THE MONTH OF MAY.



IN NORTHEAST MISSOURI...

BOWLING GREEN 1 E:              17.89
CANTON LD20:                    19.59
CLARENCE CANNON DAM:            17.93
CLARKSVILLE LD24:               16.80
EDINA:                          22.03
HANNIBAL:                       22.87
LOUISIANA:                      18.48
MONROE CITY:                    21.77
SAVERTON LD22:                  18.62
SHELBINA:                       21.41
STEFFENVILLE                    19.72
TAYLOR 5 SW                     17.32
VANDALIA:                       15.27

IN CENTRAL MISSOURI...

CALIFORNIA                      15.50
COLUMBIA U OF MO:               20.67
COLUMBIA RGNL AP                20.47
FREEDOM:                        16.23
FULTON:                         17.81
JEFFERSON CITY:                 17.10
JEFFERSON CITY AP:              18.32
MEXICO:                         19.42

EAST CENTRAL MISSOURI...

CUIVRE RIVER SP:                19.43
FESTUS:                         17.82
TROY:                           18.51
UNION:                          16.69
WARRENTON 1 N:                  16.95
WASHINGTON:                     19.00
WINFIELD LD25:                  17.13
:
:FROM OUR ST. LOUIS METRONET...
:
GRANITE CITY                    19.06
HARVESTER                       19.42
LAKE ST. LOUIS 2 SW             20.84
O`FALLON                        18.69
SMARTT FIELD                    18.51
ST. CHARLES ELM POINT:          21.22
ST. LOUIS LAMBERT INTL AP       17.75
ST. LOUIS SCI CTR               19.50
ST. PETERS 2 SSE:               21.65
UNIVERSITY CITY:                17.17
NWS WELDON SPRING:              21.00

SOUTHEAST MISSOURI...

BELLEVIEW 4 SE:                 17.71
ELLINGTON:                      14.44
FARMINGTON:                     15.72
FARMINGTON RGNL AP              15.14
FREDERICKTOWN:                  16.58
OATES:                          20.63
POTOSI 4 SW:                    22.55
ROSEBUD:                        19.63
SULLIVAN:                       16.85
VIBURNUM:                       21.32

WEST CENTRAL ILLINOIS...

CARLINVILLE:                    18.41
GREENFIELD:                     21.16
PERRY 6 NW:                     18.27
PITTSFIELD:                     16.16
QUINCY LD21:                    20.09
QUINCY RGNL AP                  19.77
RIPLEY:                         21.53
WHITE HALL 1 E:                 20.06

CENTRAL ILLINOIS...

CARLYLE LAKE:                   15.69
CENTRALIA:                      13.36
KINMUNDY                        13.88
RAMSEY:                         17.66
SALEM:                          15.46

SOUTHWEST ILLINOIS...

ALBERS 1 W:                     15.91
CHESTER:                        15.96
EDWARDSVILLE 2 W:               19.96
GREENVILLE:                     16.42
HARDIN:                         17.28
HIGHLAND:                       14.86
JERSEYVILLE 2 SW:               18.47
MOUNT OLIVE 1 E:                16.64
NASHVILLE 1 E:                  15.48
PRAIRIE DU ROCHER:              17.92
SPARTA:                         17.68
STEELEVILLE:                    18.48

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