2 comments on “Driest and Wettest Major U.S. Cities Update 12/12

    • Hi Kip, good question.

      The tables I made are for liquid equivalent precipitation from January through December, not snowfall. As you might guess, one inch of rain has much more water than once inch of snow, so their liquid equivalents will not be the same. So, as of this post, Syracuse has had 40.82 inches of liquid equivalent precipitation since January 1st, some of it was in the form of rain, while some was in the form of snow or ice.

      I should have explained this better, and I’ll keep that in mind on the next update. :)

      This was something I wanted to do during the offseason, but as you can see, that did not work out so well. ;)

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