Statewide Rankings

Statewide Data Info
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Wisconsin

Precipitation Rankings, July 1895

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Period Value 1901-2000
Mean
Anomaly Rank
(1895-2022)
Wettest/Driest
Since
Record
July 1895
1-Month
2.79"
(70.87mm)
3.79"
(96.27mm)
-1.00"
(-25.40mm)
26th Driest
Driest since:
1936
103rd Wettest
Wettest to Date
1900
Ties: 1934
Jun–Jul 1895
2-Month
5.87"
(149.10mm)
7.97"
(202.44mm)
-2.10"
(-53.34mm)
15th Driest
Driest since:
1910
114th Wettest
Wettest to Date
2010
May–Jul 1895
3-Month
10.20"
(259.08mm)
11.51"
(292.35mm)
-1.31"
(-33.27mm)
29th Driest
Driest since:
1910
100th Wettest
Wettest to Date
2010
Apr–Jul 1895
4-Month
11.41"
(289.81mm)
14.13"
(358.90mm)
-2.72"
(-69.09mm)
16th Driest
Driest since:
1936
113th Wettest
Wettest to Date
1993
Mar–Jul 1895
5-Month
11.88"
(301.75mm)
15.93"
(404.62mm)
-4.05"
(-102.87mm)
8th Driest
Driest since:
1910
121st Wettest
Wettest to Date
1993
Feb–Jul 1895
6-Month
12.40"
(314.96mm)
16.96"
(430.78mm)
-4.56"
(-115.82mm)
6th Driest
Driest since:
1910
123rd Wettest
Wettest to Date
2017
Jan–Jul 1895
7-Month
13.90"
(353.06mm)
18.11"
(459.99mm)
-4.21"
(-106.93mm)
7th Driest
Driest since:
1910
122nd Wettest
Wettest to Date
2017

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