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Rainfall Statistics, 2012

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Not fully three days into 2012, and I've already recorded 39.6mm of rain, which is more than some parts of Cambridgeshire have in a whole year. By my calculations, at this rate I am on target for over 5700mm of rain this year.

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35mm so far for me, over 30mm from todays storm. peaked at 14.7mm an hour when the squall line passed over The highest recorded in my garden for over a year and a half (time i've had a rain gauge)

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Today's nothing - almost 7 years ago now, we had 179mm in 4 days. That's when Carlisle narrowly avoided being washed away.

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10.4mm of rain, sleet, and hail today.. now the yearly total stands at 15.2mm.. keep it coming please.

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Today's nothing - almost 7 years ago now, we had 179mm in 4 days. That's when Carlisle narrowly avoided being washed away.

wow thats some serious rainfall. i need 144mm in the next 16 hours or so to match it lol

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Not fully three days into 2012, and I've already recorded 39.6mm of rain, which is more than some parts of Cambridgeshire have in a whole year. By my calculations, at this rate I am on target for over 5700mm of rain this year.

Ah the joys of extrapolation eh!

27.2 mm in the first two days of January which puts me in line for 4978mm by the end of the year. I wish!

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12.9mm of rain today.. greater then any amount of rain in one day in 2011.. bringing the January total up to 17.7mm.. I hope this continues.

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32.2mm now, a further 10.4mm today

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95mm here already. 10mm on 1st-2nd, 50mm from the big storm the other day and another 35mm last night. At this rate we'll have 6935mm of rain this year, beat that.

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It looks like this month is going to be another very dry one. Ive only recorded 11.4mm of rain (22%) so far.

Last January managed only 17.6mm (35%) and could still be beaten.

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It looks like this month is going to be another very dry one. Ive only recorded 11.4mm of rain (22%) so far.

Last January managed only 17.6mm (35%) and could still be beaten.

Agree, 22mm so far here, so would need to be very wet to reach our January average 80mm

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61.7mm here up to 0900 yesterday. There's still time for January to achieve at least average rainfall but equally we could be heading for the 4th consecutive drier than average one; 30 year average here is 108.5mm.

The last wet Jan' was in 2008 which had 200.2mm.

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Limped to 57.9mm here with 34mm of that coming in three days. Looking at the latest model runs there's good chance of yet another dry month being recorded.

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42.9mm, after the wet start (over 30mm in 3-4days) I was expecting it to continue but I guess not.. still not terribly below average

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Looking yet another dry month for NE England a few places could struggle to reach 20mm. The dominance of westerly winds over the last 12 months has been amazing.

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What a differance six days make 80.5 mm now 93.8% of rainfall. So odds swing towards an average month depending how far east the front makes it in the coming days.

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104.5 mm in January which is 96% of the 30 year average and makes it the wettest Jan' since 2008.

Much more rain needed if we are to replenish the deficit of the last two years, the reservoirs around here are still very low, barely more than half full.

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A fairly dry January, 150mm compared to 210mm average.

No rain shortage here though, all the reservoirs are full to the brim near me.

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There was only 20.4mm of rain here in January, which is 40% of average.

Only two months out of the last 23 have had above average rainfall now.

We've only had 743.6mm of rainfall in those 23 months, compared to an expected 1136.5mm. A very prolonged dry period.

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January = 54mm

Of which nearly half came on Tuesday 3rd and most of that within an hour!

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