Drought Continues in Jackson County

Data collected from UF/IFAS Marianna FAWN Station

The chart above is a monthly weather summary from the UF/IFAS FAWN weather station located at the North Florida Research and Education Center. May 2012 was hot and dry, and added to the precipitation deficits of the past three years. The rain shortfall since January 2010 has increased to 38″ below average for this location. For the first five months of 2012, there was only 5.4 inches more rainfall than the total evapotranspiration. For complete daily summaries and a comparison to the 60 year rainfall history by month download: Jan-May 2012 Jackson County Weather Summary


Posted: June 7, 2012

Category: Agriculture
Tags: Drought, FAWN, Panhandle Agriculture, Rainfall, Weather

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