July 2012 Rainfall Totals & YTD Totals.




A few light rain showers developed over the Pecos Valley yesterday morning, and then a few widely scattered thunderstorms popped up late in the afternoon. Only light precipitation amounts were reported across SE NM. 

Most of the local area continues in the grip of a severe drought. Some locations recorded some fairly decent rainfall totals for July, but most of us missed out once again. As we head into the middle of our wet season (July-August-September) we can only hope and pray that our summer monsoon can bring us some relief.

NM July 2012 Rainfall Totals.

July Normal Rainfall Totals.

July Departure From Normal Rainfall.

July Percent Of Normal Rainfall.


Chaves County.
(July Rainfall Totals).

Chaves County.
(YTD Rainfall Totals. Jan 1 - Jul 31).

Eddy County.
(July Rainfall Totals).

Eddy County.
(YTD Rainfall Totals. Jan 1 - Jul 31).

Lea County.
(July Rainfall Totals).

Lea County.
(YTD Rainfall Totals. Jan 1 - Jul 31).

Lincoln County.
(July Rainfall Totals).

Lincoln County.
(YTD Rainfall Totals. Jan 1 - Jul 31).

Otero County.
(July Rainfall Totals).

Otero County.
(YTD Rainfall Totals. Jan 1 - July 31).

NWS Climate Co-Op Station Rainfall Totals.











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