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What is the actual rainfall for different days in the month of march 2000 in New York?



Replies:
Dear Jesse-

You can find the rainfall, or other daily climatological information at:

http://www.wunderground.com/US/NY/


Click on the city you're interested in, and you'll get the current weather conditions. At the bottom of the listing will be a box labelled "Historical Conditions." Select the day and year you're interested in and you'll get the climatological information for that day.

If you do a Worldwide Web search on "New York City rainfall" you'll get several more links with weather data.

Wendell Bechtold, meteorologist
Forecaster, National Weather Service
Weather Forecast Office, St. Louis, MO



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