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Heavy Rain and Isolated Severe Thunderstorms in the South

Excessive rainfall will continue to bring localized flash, urban, and small stream flooding, along with new and renewed river rises over the northern Gulf Coast into this afternoon. Isolated strong to severe thunderstorms are possible today across parts of southeast Alabama, southern Georgia and portions of north and northeast Florida. Read More >

 

                          

 


 The Monthly Rainfall Totals are rainfall data collected from the U.S.-Affiliated Pacific Islands (USAPI). Providing up-to-date information on climate variability related to the ENSO climate cycle for their respectable regions. This data is intended to supply information for the benefit of those involved in such climate-sensitive sectors as civil defense, resource management, and developmental planning in the various jurisdictions of the USAPI.

 

Monthly Rainfall Totals

 

 

April Rainfall Totals

 

Rainfall

% Norm

Median

Departure

3 Month Total

 

Inches
April
Inches
Inches
FMA

Republic of Palau

Airai

21.03

223

9.43

11.61

44.10

Federated States of Micronesia

Yap

17.78

316

5.63

12.15

33.65

Chuuk

6.86

55

12.47

-5.61

36.70

Pohnpei

14.18

77

18.41

-4.23

48.92

Kosrae

18.63

106

17.51

1.12

68.11

Republic of the Marshall Islands

Kwajalein

9.17

174

5.26

3.91

17.35

Majuro

12.71

135

9.42

3.29

31.60

Guam and CNMI

Guam NAS

3.02

119

2.53

0.49

6.73

Saipan

2.02

77

2.63

-0.61

6.03

American Samoa

Pago Pago

7.14

76

9.39

-2.25

33.45

State of Hawaii

Lihue

1.54

79

1.94

-2.25

17.53

Honolulu

0.44

85

0.52

-0.08

6.19

Kahului

0.60

67

0.89

-0.29

10.94

Hilo

7.80

87

8.95

-1.15

45.92

  • % Normal: blue above normal & red below normal. Departure from normal: blue-above & red-below (same for 3 Month Total)
  • Previous rainfall totals can be found in the conference call summaries on the PEAC Monthly Conference
  • *** Denotes *Missing Data*
  • Last Updated: 7 May 2021