THIRTY-ONE DAY STREAK OF NO MEASURABLE RAIN ENDS AT DFW

THIRTY-ONE DAY STREAK OF NO MEASURABLE RAIN ENDS AT DFW
http://kamala.cod.edu/offs/KFWD/0601221234.nous44.html

Precip Totals for Texas:
http://kamala.cod.edu/offs/KLUB/0601230048.asus64.html

Precip Totals for Oklahoma
http://kamala.cod.edu/offs/KOUN/0601230611.asus64.html


The new Drought Information Statement for January is available now!
http://www.srh.weather.gov/fwd/productview...ersion=0&max=25

Drought Continues Across North Texas
http://www.srh.noaa.gov/fwd/drought.html

Experimental Precipitation Analysis
http://www.srh.noaa.gov/rfcshare/precip_an...=obs&archive=no

Mike
 
How long has it been since OUN has had any measurable precip?

I'm too lazy to look for it myself....

/Too early in the morning

//Not had my morning cup of tea

///Brain cell not firing yet

KR
 
According to climo data, last measurable precip at OKC was on Dec. 20th (1.6" of snow). So 33 days (including Sunday). Wonder where they got 31 days from.
 
According to climo data, last measurable precip at OKC was on Dec. 20th (1.6" of snow). So 33 days (including Sunday). Wonder where they got 31 days from.

Actually, OKC got 0.05" of liquid-equivalent precip on January 10th (in the form of 0.5" of snow) (see http://www.srh.noaa.gov/oun/climate/get_f6...2006&fontsize=5 ). The Norman mesonet site picked up 0.01" liquid-equivalent precip that day IIRC. Some places in nc OK received >10"....

In terms of SIGNIFICANT precipitation, however... -->
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Originally posted by Jeff Snyder


Actually, OKC got 0.05" of liquid-equivalent precip on January 10th (in the form of 0.5" of snow) (see http://www.srh.noaa.gov/oun/climate/get_f6...2006&fontsize=5 ).
Doh, my bad, I saw the trace on the 9th, and musta glossed over the 10th.

Originally posted by mikegeukes
31 days was in reference to Dallas Fort Worth Airport.
Right, but their last rain was the same as OKC. I checked the F6 for Dallas, and still come up with 32 days (no rain from Dec. 21st through Jan 21st, inclusive). Granted, my wording was a bit confusing
 
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