Average Annual Precipitation March 26, 2015 7:30pm by Barry Ritholtz Source: Natural News Spread the wealth. twitter facebook linkedin What's been said: Discussions found on the web: romerjt commented on Mar 27 Speaking of .. . . did you know the AAP has increased steadily over the last 120 here in the Northeast? For instance, in Central Park the 30 yr “normal” period 1895-1924 was 44 inches but in the recent “normal” period 1985 -2014 – it was 50 inches. Some might say a steady AAP increase of 6 inches more precip was . . well – climate change. rd commented on Mar 27 It is odd that regions that typically get less than 20 inches of precipitation a year could run low on water. willid3 commented on Mar 28 who would have ever thought not get much rai8n would mean you get end up short of water. seems like they pretty obvious. but it seems states never figure that out till they have that drought Read this next.June 29, 2015 Topics for the RWM Client Conference CallMarch 26, 2009 Should AIG have Been Bailed Out?March 23, 2018 Costs of Advisor Conflict of Interest, State by State Posted Under Science Previous Post The Strange Things People Google in Every State Next Post Mortgaging the Future?