Bryce Anderson DTN Ag Meteorologist and DTN Analyst
Tue Dec 4, 2012 10:09 AM CST


Precipitation totals logged by my colleague Joel Burgio for the fall season (Sep/Oct/Nov for weather record purposes) show some big, big differences between the eastern half of the region (east of the Mississippi River) and the western half (west of the Mississippi). Here's the rundown:


State Prec Norm Pct Normal

MN 2.33 6.06 39

IA 5.39 7.37 73

NE 3.38 5.64 58

MO 8.33 8.59 97

SD 1.88 4.01 47

TOT 4.37 6.49 64


State Prec Norm Pct Normal

WI 6.02 8.90 68

IL 8.91 8.38 107

MI 7.18 7.60 95

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