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July 2002 Rainfall Totals

July is nomally a wet month in South Mississippi. With a few exceptions, July 2002 lived up to that billing.

City Actual Normal Difference
Biloxi 10.26"  7.40"  +2.86"
Gulfport 7.63" 6.92"   + .71"
Bay St. Louis 5.34" 7.32" -1.98"
Pascagoula 7.75" 7.29"  +.46"
Wiggins 8.06" 6.34" +1.72"
Poplarville 3.75" 6.56" -2.81"
Lucedale 6.64" -- --

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