California Drought Report #33 – Summer Moisture?


The California Weather Blog:

Looking forward into July: long-range outlooks suggest the potential for a rather active pattern to persist for much of the summer in California and across much of the American Southwest. The CFS currently foresees far above-normal chances of precipitation along the CA coast during July, though it’s important to keep in mind that average precipitation this time of year is near zero, so even a small amount of rainfall would lead to far above-average totals in a relative sense.

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2 Responses to California Drought Report #33 – Summer Moisture?

  1. sean2829 says:

    In Maryland, we’ve got 13″ of rain so far in June. It’s a record for rainfall this month. I think that would be about average for Southern California for a year.


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