Saturday, November 30, 2019

ALERT Data For End Of November Event

November ends up with an extended damp and rainy (also snowy) period. Here at house I measured a total of 0.88", including a bit of a surprise shower around 5:00 am MST this morning. The 0.88" cames as per: 0.06" early night of 27th; 0.78" yesterday on the 29th; and 0.04" early this morning.

Cold morning across the state - reported temperatures at 7:00 am ranged from -7 F at the Grand Canyon to 44 F at Yuma (low here was 38 F).

Morning view from campus shows snow level on Catalinas got down fairly low during the per-dawn hours today. Image down at bottom shows street plowing in Flagstaff this morning, where there was over a foot of snow yesterday. 

ALERT maps for the event are shown here. Above is 6 hour rainfall ending at 7:00 am this morning.

Below is three day rainfall ending at same time for north part of network. Second and third maps below show the period for the middle and southern parts of network. Almost all of sites had amounts more than half an inch (yellow numbers) and a significant number of stations had an inch (white and red plots) or more during the three days. Heaviest amounts in mountains and east half of network.

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