Do you have the perception that the sky over New Albany often looks like rain lately? You are not alone, and you are correct.
2018 was a very “wet” year. So far, 2019 has seen much more precipitation than was averaged in the previous three years.
Long-time weather observer, Joe Wilson, says New Albany has had a lot of rain lately. Here are statistics Joe provided to NAnewsweb.com on Saturday May 11th:
Average rain fall (Past three years):
- January 3.54 inches
- February 7.43 inches
- March 5.67 inches
- April 3.30 inches
- 4 month total = 19.94 inches
2019 Rain fall (January – April)
- January 5.26 inches
- February 16.67 inches
- March 3.04 inches
- April 9.72 inches
- 4 month total = 34.69 inches
May: three year average: 4.04 inches. May 2019 (so far) 4.17 inches.
Thanks for the information, Joe.