Above Normal June Rainfall

                      Issued 600 pm CDT Wed June 23 2010

Normal Rainfall across southern Wisconsin in June is roughly 3.5 to 4.0 inches.  With a week left in the month, many areas have already received twice that amount.  The map below shows the total rainfall analysis for the first 23 days of June.  This is an estimate based on radar, rain gauges, and Cooperative Observer reports from across the 20 county area. 

The heaviest rains have fallen in an east-west band from southern Sauk County across Madison, Jefferson, Waukesha, and Whitewater.   8 inches or more of rain has been measured in this area.


 


Jeff Craven, Science and Operations Officer

National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI

w-mkx.webmaster@noaa.gov



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