The Monsoon Rainfall Page

The Pepperridge North Valley's Average Monsoon Rainfall Is: 3.22 inches

3 Day Monsoon Dewpoint Tracker

Outside Temp History    Dewpoint History

     As of:    6:01p   on:   10/21/17    The Temperature is:   76.6F     The Dewpoint Temp is:  43.7F     

Dewpoint Average must be at 55F or higher for 3 days in a row to offically start the Monsoon Season!!


2012 Monsoon Summary ·  2011 Monsoon Summary ·  2010 Monsoon Summary ·  2009 Monsoon Summary ·  2008 Monsoon Summary


THE 2015 MONSOON SEASON HAS BEGAN AT PEPPERRIDGE!

MONSOON 2015 - has now officially began using the old traditional method of the Dewpoint
As of June 28th we marked the third day in a row of a average Dewpoint at 55F or above
This means that the season began on June 25th.

Pepper Ridge Dewpoint averages over the last 6 days.
June 23rd ---- 52.1F June 26th---- 58.8F
June 24th ---- 50.9F June 27th ---- 58.9F
June 25th* ---- 55.9F June 28th ---- 60.9F
The Monsoon has officially started at Phoenix Sky Harbor,on June 15th

Jul 31st - We are still waiting on the first Major storm of the season in the North Valley
While parts of the valley saw up to 1+ inch of rain we recorded a mere 0.01 inches
Even Sky Harbor saw 0.72 inches today making the monthly total 1.13 inches near normal
Meanwhile Pepperridge only saw 0.22 inches for the month (0.90) inches below normal the 2nd driest on record
Only July 2000 and 2009 saw less tied for the driest on record at 0.13 inches!!

Interest side note this is the first time that both May at 1.48 inches & Jun 0.51 inches saw more rain than July
Normally May and Jun combined average is just 0.13 inches!!!

Aug 11th - Monsoon 2015 continues to disappoint here in the North Valley 2 Dust Storms
moved through the valley today one in the morning and another this evening but little rain fell here.
Again the East Valley saw decent rain with up to 1/2 inch to even 1 inch in isolated spots
Meanwhile up here in the north valley 0.01 inches in the morning and 0.08 inches this evening
This brings August to only 0.10 inches and the season to unimpressive 0.46 inches the driest since 2009
In contrast last year at this mid point of the season 2.14 inches

Please Note As of Aug 15th, 20015 !! - Our Monsoon Rainfall Page has been updated!!
So the Monsoon Rainfall Page is now located at: www.pepperridgenorthvalley.com/monsoon-rn.php
this replaces the www.pepperridgenorthvalley.com/monsonrn.html





THE 2014 MONSOON SEASON HAS BEGAN AT PEPPERRIDGE!

MONSOON 2014 - has now officially began using the old traditional method of the Dewpoint
As of July 5th we marked the third day in a row of a average Dewpoint at 55F or above
This means that the season began on July 3rd. This was also the night of the first big dust storm "Haboob".
However no measurable rain has fallen yet in the North Valley.

Pepper Ridge Dewpoint averages over the last 6 days.
June 30th ---- 53.9F July 3rd*---- 59.1F
July 1st ---- 48.9F July 4th ---- 64.4F
July 2nd ---- 49.7F July 5th ---- 62.7F
The Monsoon has officially started at Phoenix Sky Harbor,on June 15th

Jul 3rd - 1st Major Dust storm of the season only a trace falls here
However outside the city heavy rain falls in Maricopa and other areas.

Jul 26th - Finally some beneficial rain from last night's intense severe thunderstorm
Heavy rain and winds with 1.03 inches here 0.54 inches of that fell between 11:10pm and 11:20 pm.
But lots down trees just to East of here looks like micro-burst hit the area...
This storm ended the 90 day streak without measurable rain the 6th longest in station history.

Aug 1st - Late evening thunderstorms hit the north phoenix and the west valley
The storm drops 0.37 inches of rain here while parts of Glendale received 1.5 inches

Aug 2nd - Low Pressure from Baja Californina brings another round of thunderstorms
These storms dump 0.71 inches on Pepperridge this ends a wet week in the north valley
After 90 days of no measurable rain 2.11 inches have fallen since July 26th!!!

Aug 12th - An active evening and night for parts of the valley starting in early evening
The East Valley and then South Phoenix especially around South Mountain with 2.5 inches
Finally in late evening the North Valley got in the act with some showers mainly light
but a breif downpour of 0.50 inches hit around 9:30pm leaving this station with 0.65 inches for the day.

Aug 19th - Record rainfall event in parts of Northern Maricopa and Southern Yavapai Counties
This was due to influence of low pressure off California and a strong Monsoonal Flow.
Between 4 & 5 inches of rain fell from Thunderstorms in the mountains above New River to Cave Creek
This led to widespread flooding in New River and Black Canyon City and Along I-17.
Record Flood stage flows were also recorded along the Aqua Fria River, Skunk Creek, Cave Creek & their tributaries

Here a Pepperridge we saw the most rain in single day since Sept 6th & 7th, 2006 storm which drop 2.76 inches
Today 2.31 inches fell in primarily 2 thunder storms, the first drop 1.23 inches between 6:18 am and 7:18am
with 1.07 inches of rain between 6:30am and 7:00am the second round of thunderstorms started about11:45am
This storm drop another 0.96 inches between 11:45am and 12:15pm another evening storm brought only lite rain here.
The daily total was 2.31 inches bringing August to a record 4.25 inches & the Monsoon total to 5.28 inches 3rd Wettest on Record

Sept 8th - Another Record rainfall event for the Valley thanks to tropical moisture from former hurricane Norbert
Heavy rains fell across the valley leading to 2 to 5 inches of rain causing major street flooding
Sky Harbor set a new all-time daily rainfall record of 3.29 inches the old record was 2.91 inches in 1933
At Pepperridge a daily rainfall record was set with 2.51 inches which is shy of all-time record of 2.79 inches in Feb 2003
However this was the second 2 inch plus daily rainfall in month pushing the Monsoon total to 8.25 inches
This ties 2006 for the wettest monsoon season on record and the second wettest September at 2.89 inches

Sept 27th - A early season Fall storm and Cold front brings the end to 2014 Monsoon season
Severe thunderstorms rolled across the valley with damaging winds and heavy rain and localized flooding
Sky Harbor received 1.64 inches bringing Sept to 5.11 inches 2nd wettest September on record
Parts of the East valley received over 2.5 inches with localized flooding
Here a Pepperridge we received 0.83 inches bringing Sept to 3.82 inches the 2nd wettest behind 2006
2006 remands the wettest September at 5.24 inches However the latest rains help 2014 pass 2006 as
the wettest monsoon with 9.18 inches during the season which beats 2006's 8.25 inches




THE 2013 MONSOON SEASON HAS BEGAN AT PEPPERRIDGE!

The 2013 Monsoon Season Officially began as of 6/30/13
Today July 2nd marked the third day in row with a average dewpoint
reading at 55.0F or higher, this marks the begin of the season based on older
criteria of dewpoint*, by the newer set date system the season began on June 15th!!

Pepper Ridge Dewpoint averages over the last 6 days.
June 27th ---- 45.4F June 30th*---- 57.8F
June 28th ---- 47.4F July 1st ---- 59.9F
June 29th ---- 51.5F July 2nd ---- 60.5F
The Monsoon has officially started at Phoenix Sky Harbor,on June 15th

Dry August only 0.20 inches falls in the North Valley making it 3rd driest on Record

September brang the return of a wetter Monsoon pattern with 1.68 on Sept 9th
Thanks to a tropical conection with the remants of Tropical Storm Lorana off Baja
The month ended with 2.22 inches of rain the second wetest September on Record!!

Sept 30th, 2013 - Monsoon 2013 ends with 3.29 inches which is +0.07 of normal


THE 2012 MONSOON SEASON HAS BEGAN AT PEPPERRIDGE!

The 2012 Monsoon Season Officially began as of 6/26/12
Today June 28th marked the third day in row with a average dewpoint
reading at 55.0F or higher, this marks the begin of the season based on older
criteria of dewpoint*, by the newer set date system the season began on June 15th!!

Pepper Ridge Dewpoint averages over the last 6 days.
June 23rd ---- 43.5F June 26th*---- 55.4F
June 24th ---- 54.7F June 27th ---- 59.2F
June 25th ---- 52.6F June 28th ---- 58.9F
The Monsoon has officially started at Phoenix Sky Harbor,on June 15th

06/27 - Marked the first major Dust Storm of the season due to thunderstorm outflows from
storms near Case Grande. It appears that high pressure system will move back overhead this weekend
bringing excessive heat and a temporary break in monsoonal moisture flow
through early next week. So the season is here but little storm impact is expected for now.

07/14 - Major Thunderstorm outbreak accross parts of the state including the East Valley
East Mesa, Gilbert and parts of Chandler get up to 1 - 1/2 inches of rain
Here in the North Valley debris clouds bring a Whopping 0.02 Inches of rain.
Season total is now at 0.24 inches as the dry start to the Monsoon continues!!!

07/21 - So far the first 3 weeks of the Monsoon has been a dud in the North Valley.
5 storms that have brang a total of a mere 0.35 inches, leaving the year todate rainfall at 1.69 inches
which is right now the driest year on record in 16 years of data keeping thru July 21st!!!
This evening started with A Impresive dust storm but the rainfall was only 0.10 inches
Futher to north in New River they got up to 1 - 3/4 inches which is more than our yearly total!!!

07-31 - July 2012 closes 0.08 inches from a brief thunderstorm bringing the monthly total to 0.76 inches
Which is -0.46 inches below normal and makes this July the 7th Driest on record
The drought continues as 2012 is now the 2nd driest year on record thru July 31st!!
Only 1997 had less rain thru July 31st with 2.04 inches compared with 2.10 inches this year

Further to North the Anthem / New River area got hit hard again with street flooding and 1.5 inches of rain
This was a very isolated storm as the strange Monsoon Season continues with some areas receiving more rain
than normal and other areas very little... for an active season 2012 has been a big disappointment so far.

08-14 - The monsoon tries to return after 2 weeks relentless heat but was unimpressive again!!
Only 0.09 inches fell here in the North Valley the only thing it really did is prevented the daily Low of 90F
This would have been only the 4th time the low was 90F or higher the storm cooled to it to 83F
The Monsoon Season total is only 0.86 inches less than 60% of normal so far and it stands as the 2nd driest on record.

08-21 - Finally Monsoon 2012 produces a storm that delivers meaningfull rain in the North Valley!!
Moderate rain has been falling from a thunderstorm complex over Phoenix for last 2 hours since 10pm
These storms brang heavier rain south of the valley of 1 inch + but so far Pepperidge has received 0.48 inches
Bringing the season total to 1.36 inches now the 3rd driest on record!!!

8-23 - Very Early Morning severe thunderstorm brings a impressive light show and heavy rain and localized flooding.
Pepperridge received 0.52 inches from the storm that brang 1.5+ inches in localized valley locations.
Sky Harbor received daily rainfall record 0.80 incbes a impressive storm nearly valley wide.

9-09 - Another uneventful storm for the North Phoenix Valley with only 0.14 inches of rain from morning Thundershowers.
However East Mesa and Apache Junction got hit again with up to 2 1/2 inches of rain and street flooding.
Even Sky Harbor picked up 0.51 inches while Pepperridge finally manage to hit the 2 inch mark for the season.
2012 remains the 7th Driest Monsoon on Record with only 65% of normal precipitation for the Monsoon.

9-10-11 - The monsoon that has been hitting many areas harder this summer finally delivers a series of decent Thunderstorms.
PepperRidge received 1.30 inches from theseries of storms thanks to Low pressure system effective the state
The bulk of the rain that fell within a little 1hr between 10:40PM and 12midnight on Sept 10th with 0.81 inches
Additional morning showers on the 11th added another 0.22 inches which brings the Monsoon Season total to 3.39 inches
Which is slightly above the normal Monsoon Season total of 3.22 inches
September has been the wettest month of the season with 1.44 inches and the wettest Sept since the record breaking Sept 2006.


THE 2011 MONSOON SEASON HAS BEGAN AT PEPPERRIDGE!

The 2011 Monsoon Season Officially began as of 7/03/11
Today Jul 5th marked the third day in row with a average dewpoint
reading at 55.0F or higher, this marks the begin of the season based on older
criteria of dewpoint*, by the newer set date system the season began on June 15th!!

Pepper Ridge Dewpoint averages over the last 6 days.
June 30th ---- 46.2F July 3rd*---- 62.2F
July 1st ---- 43.1F July 4th ---- 65.9F
July 2nd ---- 49.7F July 5th ---- 67.1F
The Monsoon has officially started at Phoenix Sky Harbor,on June 15th

07/03 - First Measurable rain of Monsoon 2011 at Pepperridge fell on July 3rd
with 0.25 inches which ended a 83 day rainless streak at Pepperridge. (Apr 11th - July 2nd)
This tied with 2000 for the sixth longest rainless streak at this station.

07/05 - Major Dust Storm hit the Phoenix Area, reducing visibility to near zero
Only a little rain accompanied the storm with 0.13 inches. This that marked the 3rd day in row
with measurable rain at Pepperidge as 0.24 inches fell on the 4th of July with strong winds
The 3 Day total is 0.62 inches meaning this is best start to the season since 2008!!

07/11 - Overnight thundershowers and thunderstorms produce the largest rain event so far.
Moderate to heavy rain totaled 0.48 inches between 3am to 6am bringing July's rainfall to 1.10 inches.
With this storm more rain has fallen so far in Monsoon 2011 than during the entire 2009 Season!!
We are also closing in on 2010's Monsoon Season total of 1.63 inches,
meaning the best start to Monsoon Season since 2008 continues!!

07/24 - Active Evening with Thunderstorms across the valley with some areas receiving up to 1"+ rain
Here at Pepperridge the total rainfall was 0.53 inches with 0.06 inches of that after midnight on 7/25
This active storm with brillent Lightning display brings the season total to 1.63 inches which is a tie
with 2010s season total which means one more storm should make this the wetest Monsoon since 2008!!

07/30 - Brief Thunderstorms affected the valley this evening droping 0.29 inches of rain
at Pepperridge with this rain the Monsoon Season exceed last year's total for the entire season

07/31 - Thunderstorms affected the Valley for the second night in a row with a active evening with lightning
this storm dropped 0.44 inches between 9:30pm and 11:30pm at Pepperridge with periods of brief heavy rain.
With this storm July's rainfall total was 2.36 inches making it the 3rd wettest July on record at Pepperridge

08/03 - A surprise thunderstorm poped up this evening bringing welcoming rain after a excessively hot day.
Tonight's strong storm delivered heavy rain with 0.50 inches between 8:30pm and 8:40pm!!
The temperature fell from 98F to 77F during the same period with winds gusting to 32mph!!
Total rainfall from this storm was 0.75 inches which brings the season total to 3.11 inches.

08/13 - Overnight Thundershowers brang some brief Heavy Rain totalling 0.24 inches!!
Bringing the August total to 0.99 inches and the season total 3.35 inches - 6th Wetest Overall.

08/18 - Another Dust storm "Haboob" rolled accross the valley this evening in it's wake
brief moderately heavy rain fell amounting to only 0.13 inches a disappointing dusty evening!!

09/30 - Monsoon 2011 ended with a disappointing final 6 weeks with only 0.09 inches of rain falling.
What started as a decent season fizzled with only 0.08 inches rain falling in September
The season ended with 3.57 inches rain making Monsoon 2011 the 6th wetest overall.



THE 2010 MONSOON SEASON HAS BEGAN AT PEPPERRIDGE!

The 2010 Monsoon Season Officially began as of 7/09/10
Today Jul 11th, marked the third day in row with a average dewpoint
reading at 55.0F or higher, this marks the begin of the season based on older
criteria of dewpoint*, by the newer set date system the season began on June 15th!!

Pepper Ridge Dewpoint averages over the last 6 days.
July 6th ---- 45.8F July 9th*---- 58.8F
July 7th ---- 45.8F July 10th ---- 61.4F
July 8th ---- 52.3F July 11th ---- 50.8F
The Monsoon also officially started at Phoenix Sky Harbor,as of July 9th
The season began on June 15th based on the calendar date criteria!!!

THE 2010 MONSOON SEASON IS ALMOST HERE AT PEPPERRIDGE!

The 2010 Monsoon Season looks as if it could began on 7/11
Today Jul 10th, looks likely to mark the second day in a row with a average
dewpoint reading at 55.0F or higher, this is based on the older
criteria by the newer set date system the season began on June 15th!!

Pepper Ridge Dewpoint averages over the last 6 days.
July 4th ---- 52.1F July 7th ---- 45.8F
July 5th ---- 46.0F July 8th ---- 52.3F
July 6th ---- 45.8F July 9th ---- 58.8F
The Monsoon has officially started at Phoenix Sky Harbor,on June 15th

07/22 - First Measurable rain of Monsoon 2010 at Pepperridge fell on July 22nd
The mere 0.04 inches ended a 120 day rainless streak at Pepperridge. (Mar 24th - July 21st)
This is the second longest rainless streak at this station.

07/29 - First Major storm of Monsoon effects parts of the valley primary in Tempe,
Chandler , South and Central Phoenix, Glendale, Peoria and Sun City.
Winds even damaged a section of the roof at University of Phoenix Stadium.
Here at Pepperridge we received only a glancing blow from this storm.
While up to 1/2 inch to 1 inch of rain fell as close as about 5 miles West and NW of this station
Here results were very disappointing with 0.03 inches bringing the month only to a dismal 0.07 inches
With only 2 days left in the month this could be the driest July on record beating last years 0.13 inches

07/31 - Overnight Thundershowers bring a wet end to July with the first significant rainfall at Pepperridge
0.49 inches fell between 2:30am and 5:00am ending the month with 0.56 inches the 6th driest July on record
However afternoon showers left parts of south central Phoenix with up to 1 1/2 inches of rain this included
a daily record at Sky Harbor with 1.33 inches, so for parts of valley July ended fairly wet with up to 2 1/4 inches.
But at Pepperridge it has been a fairly dry month and Monsoon 2010 has been a NONSOON so far.

8/21-8/22 - The 2nd Major storm of this Monsoon season again effected mainly the East Valley with
rainfall totals of up to 1.50 inches this storm ended up producing decent 0.41 inches here at Pepperridge
This storm moves Monsoon 2010 into 2nd place for the Driest Monsoon on record!!

8/24 - Another promising storm goes bust here at Pepperridge with brief heavy rain but only 0.08 inches total!
Futher north of our location they received up to 1/2 inch. However this storm produced some strong winds
These were the strongest so far of this Monsoon with substained winds of 29 mph & peak gust 40 mph at 4:32 pm!!

8/28 - A unusually strong front for late summer influences the season as westerlies begin to drive the moisture out.
However a brief Heavy thunderstorm effected the area with 0.19 inches of rain bringing the month to 0.86 inches.

8/31 - As August closes Monsoon 2010 remains one of the driest in 3rd place overall for driest Monsoon.
The August rainfall was 0.86 inches which was (0.42 inches) below the normal 1.28 inches.
The month closed out dry as westeries again disrupted the monsoon because of the lingering effects of El nino.

9/30 - Monsoon 2010 closes with little fanfare it was the 3rd driest on record thanks to a dry
September which produced only 0.21 inches with 0.20 inches falling on Sept 22nd from the remanents of
Tropical Storm Georgette. Otherwise the Monsoon was almost non existant in September.


THE 2009 MONSOON SEASON HAS BEGAN AT PEPPERRIDGE!

The 2009 Monsoon Season has officially began at Pepper Ridge North Valley on 6/29
Today Jul 1st, marks the third day in a row with a average
dewpoint reading at 55.0F or higher, this is based on the older
criteria by the newer set date system the season began on June 15th!!

Pepper Ridge Dewpoint averages over the last 6 days.
June 26th ---- 55.1F June 29th*---- 58.4F
June 27th ---- 54.5F June 30th ---- 61.3F
June 28th ---- 54.9F July 1st ---- 60.9F
The Monsoon has officially started at Phoenix Sky Harbor,on June 15th

8/13 - Finally a storm as "NONsoon 2009" continues. A decent early morning storm
produces 0.32 inches of badly need rain as the dismal 2009 season continues
Unfortunately more unusually dry weather is forecast thru next week

8/31 - NONsoon 2009" breathes a little new life at month's end
A evening thunderstorm produces 0.20 inches of badly need rain as the dismal 2009 season continues

9/23 - With only 7 days left in the season it looks like this will be the
Driest Monsoon on record with only 0.69 inches, it has been a disappointing Summer!

10/01 - It's Official Monsoon 2009 is officially over and it was the
Driest Monsoon on record with only 0.69 inches the prior driest Monsoon was 2001 with 1.28 inches


THE 2008 MONSOON SEASON HAS BEGAN AT PEPPERRIDGE!

The 2008 Monsoon Has Began at Pepper Ridge North Valley
Based on the dewpoint criteria which has to have average 55F or above for 3 days in a row
This criteria was met on July 5th which means the Monsoon began on July 3rd
HOWEVER based on the new Method of preset dates the Monsoon began on June 15th!!

Yesterday July 5th, marked the third day in a row with a Dewpoint average at 55.0F or above,
which means based on criteria for dewpoint averages*
the Monsoon began three days ago on July 3rd. Last years season began on July 8th.

Pepper Ridge Dewpoint averages over the last 6 days.
June 30th ---- 53.4F July 3rd* ---- 58.0F
July 1st ---- 53.5F July 4th ---- 60.9F
July 2nd ---- 53.3F July 5th ---- 59.9F
The Monsoon has officially started at Phoenix Sky Harbor,on June 15th

1st Decent Storm of Monsoon 2008 produces 1.07 inches
On July 11th and 12th with a peak Wind Gust of 25 Mph at 8pm on July 11th.

2nd Decent Storm of Monsoon 2008 produces 0.85 inches
On Aug 7th with a peak Wind Gust of 37 Mph at 9pm.

3rd Decent Storm of Monsoon 2008 produces 0.99 inches
On Aug 25th with a peak Wind Gust of 26 Mph at 7:55pm.

4th Decent Storm of Monsoon 2008 produces 0.21 inches
On Aug 28th with a peak Wind Gust of 37 Mph at 9pm.
The Brunt of the storm hit S.E. of this location in Tempe/Mesa and Central Phoenix.
A 75 Mph Gust was recorded at Sky Harbor Severe ThunderStorm details.
Daily lightning totals were alltime records with 94,333 lightning Flashes or Strikes,
including 553 nearby strokes The total stroke count from those flashes was 231,460 strokes

The storm lasted into the Early hours of 8/29
and produced an additional 0.17 inches and Pea Size Hail Shortly after midnight


The complete summary of the 2007 Monsoon Season can be found at
the following link: 2007 Monsoon Summary Page


Monsoon Rainfall for Pepper Ridge # 1 North Valley Phoenix - 1997 - 2009

YEAR 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 200620072008 2009 MAX MNTHMIN MNTH MNTLY AVG
JUN 0.00 0.00 0.07* 0.96 0.01 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.020.05*0.000.000.000.960.00 0.11*
JUL 0.34 0.95 4.03 0.13 0.33 1.92 0.44 0.47 2.621.121.631.320.134.03 0.13 1.25
AUG 1.33 0.48 1.30 2.65 0.94 0.08 1.84 0.91 2.151.89 0.07 2.850.542.850.07 1.30
SEP 0.27 0.60 0.77 0.01 0.00 1.14 0.29 0.85 0.325.24 0.02 0.020.025.240.00 0.47
Min Month 0.00 0.00 0.07 0.01 0.01 0.00 0.00 0.000.02 0.050.000.000.02 0.960.00 0.69 season
Max Month 1.33 0.95 4.03 2.65 0.94 1.92 1.84 0.91 2.62 5.241.632.850.54 5.240.13 8.25 season
Avg/Totals 1.94 2.03 6.10 3.75 1.28 3.14 2.57 2.23 5.11 8.251.72 4.190.69 -------- 3.13

Monsoon Normals listed above are based on the years 1997- 2005

*0.07 in 1999 & 0.05 in 2006 Fell Before Jun 15 and is not included in Monsoon Totals
Monsoon Rainfall is statistically measured from June 15th thru Sept 30th!!

Monsoon Rainfall for Pepper Ridge # 1 North Valley Phoenix - 2009 - 2015

YEAR2009 201020112012 201320142015MAX MNTHMIN MNTH MNTLY AVG
JUN 0.000.000.000.000.000.000.14*0.960.00 0.07*
JUL0.13 0.562.360.760.871.030.224.03 0.13 1.22
AUG 0.54 0.86 1.13 1.19 0.20 4.33 0.104.330.07 1.27
SEP 0.02 0.21 0.08 1.47 2.22 3.82 ---- 5.240.00 0.66
Min Month 0.000.00 0.000.00 0.000.000.100.96 0.02 0.69 season
Max Month 0.540.86 2.361.472.224.330.225.240.13 9.18 season
Avg/Totals 0.691.63 3.573.42 3.299.180.46-------- 3.22

Monsoon Normals are based on the years 1997- 2011

*0.07 in 1999 , 0.05 in 2006 & 0.37 2015 Fell Before Jun 15 and is not included in Monsoon Totals
Monsoon Rainfall is statistically measured from June 15th thru Sept 30th!!


TOP 5 - WETEST MONSOONS:
RANK:YEAR:PRECIP:
===============
1. 2014 9.18
2. 2006 8.25
3. 1999 6.10
4. 2005 5.11
5. 2008 4.19
6. 2000 3.75
7. 2011 3.57
8. 2012 3.42
9. 2013 3.29

TOP 5 - DRIEST MONSOONS:
RANK:YEAR:PRECIP:
===============
1. 2015 0.46*
2. 2009 0.69
3. 2001 1.28
4. 2010 1.63
5. 2007 1.72
6. 1997 1.94
7. 1998 2.03
8. 2004 2.23
9. 2003 2.57
10. 2002 3.14

*Todate as of 07/31/15*




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