I didn’t have much initial hope at the beginning of this latest storm. By the end of the first day, barely a quarter inch had collected in our backyard precipitometer. But something told me to leave things be and sure enough, then came Thursday’s delivery, which pushed the level up near the two-inch mark. That was followed by the unsettled conditions as the storm moved out Friday, which finished things up at just under two and a quarter –Â I’m calling it 2.20 inches, officially.
Unlike the previous storm of February 19, which didn’t land enough wet stuff to push us out the the 16″ range, this one had juuuuuuuust enough to climb up into the 19″ zone for the season.
March 6-8: 2.20″
Season Total: 19.07″