Weather Notebook For April 28, 2011
According to Fulton’s weather observer, the area received 0.70-inch of rain on April 27.
The monthly total climbed to 9.15 inches. That’s good for first place since they have been keeping records. The previous total 13.45 inches slips to number 2 as no rainfall was recorded on April 27, 1991.
The annual total now stands at 13.89 inches.
Fulton didn’t receive any snow on April 27.
Total snowfall for April stays at 0.2-inch.
And, the winter total remains 217.6 inches.
The Oswego weather observer reported 0.61-inch of rain for April 27.
The Port City’s rainfall total for April climbed to 6.0 inches.
Since 1845, the wettest April on record for Oswego is 7.03 inches in 1859. Second place is 6.25 inches – which means we have three more chances to move up a spot
For the year, the total stands at about 16.37 inches.
For the month the total is about 2.68 inches above average. And, for the year, the total is also about 2 inches above average.
Oswego received no accumulation of snow on April 27.
For the month, the total is just a trace.
For the winter season it remains at 178.3 inches.