[time-nuts] Rain, Water, etc

Didier Juges didier at cox.net
Mon Mar 6 23:37:49 EST 2006

I had to look for that info:
Here we go, this chart 
http://www.met.utah.edu/jhorel/html/wx/climate/normrain.html says 
Pensacola (40 miles to my west) gets 62 inches annualy.
Surprisingly (to me), the land record (excluding the Pacific islands) 
goes to Yakuta, AK with  151"!!!
No GPS controlled time base there...

Didier KO4BB

Tom Van Baak wrote:

>>of things. But there are places with more water in the air than 
>>Boston, as has been pointed out. I think Seattle may qualify from 
>>time to time.
>There are many ways to measure rainfall but the most
>basic statistic will surprise you: the average annual rainfall
>in Seattle is about 36 inches vs. Boston's 44 inches.

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