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2000 Rainfall Totals

Rainfall totals for 2000 were much like the stock market, down. In a normal year Biloxi can expect to receive about 61 inches of rain. This year the total was 42.7 inches, or 15 inches below normal. The monthly normal were as follows:

MONTH

NORMAL

ACTUAL

January

5.07"

1.61"

February

4.79"

1.09"

March

5.44"

4.75"

April

4.97"

2.00"

May

4.87"

.13"

June

4.74"

6.20"

July

6.40"

2.09"

August

6.24"

3.07"

September

6.58"

6.21"

October

3.00"

1.10"

November

3.64"

11.82"

December

5.26"

2.61"

 

Note: These rainfall totals are for Biloxi and are the official climatololigcal tools for Biloxi.  They were recorded in a National Weather Service rain guage at WLOX.  Rainfall totals for other areas along the coast may vary considerably.

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