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Take that, drought! (Rain Totals)

May 15, 2012 - 09:18 AM
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How much of a dent did we put in our rainfall deficit?  Here's a county by county rundown of rainfall totals.

Washington D.C. remains in a  precipitation deficit of more than four inches since January 1st, but we put a nice dent in that deficit with the recent rain.  I'm a happy gardener today!  Here's a breakdown of the highest rainfall totals per county from Monday morning through 9 a.m. Tuesday:

 Washington, D.C.:
• Children’s Hospital: 1.24”
• Lafayette ES: 1.07”


Arlington, VA:
• Washington-Lee HS: 0.90”
• Campbell ES: 0.88”

Fairfax County, VA:
• Centreville: 1.48”
• Oakton: 1.27”
• Fairfax: 1.18”
• Burke: 1.16”

Loudoun County, VA:
• Aldie: 1.30”
• Chantilly: 1.18”
• Leesburg: 0.98”
• Ashburn: 0.97”

Prince William County, VA:
• Dale City: 1.52”
• Manassas: 1.40”
• Woodbridge: 0.95”
• Quantico: 0.87”

Montgomery County, MD:
• Olney: 1.82”
• Gaithersburg: 1.54”
• Germantown: 1.43”
• Rockville: 1.39”

Prince Georges County, MD:
• Adelphi: 1.41”
• District Heights: 1.27”
• Suitland: 1.15”
• Oxon Hill: 1.05”

Charles County, MD:
• Indian Head: 1.16”
• Waldorf (Westlake HS): 0.83”
• Waldorf (Wade ES): 0.56”

Frederick County, MD:
• Myersville: 1.34”
• Monrovia: 1.20”
• Frederick: 1.11”
• New Market: 1.09”

 

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