PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HOUSTON/GALVESTON TX
243 PM CST FRI JAN 22 2010

  ...2009 IS ONE OF THE WARMEST ON RECORD FOR SOUTHEAST TEXAS...

ALTHOUGH 2009 ENDED ON A RATHER COLD NOTE...THE YEAR ITSELF WAS
RATHER WARM WITH RECORD BREAKING WARM TEMPERATURES IN JUNE AND
JULY. OVERALL...2009 CONTINUED AN OMINOUS TREND OF ABOVE NORMAL
TEMPERATURES FOR SOUTHEAST TEXAS. HOUSTON HOBBY AIRPORT RECORDED
ITS FIFTH WARMEST YEAR ON RECORD WHILE COLLEGE STATION RECORDED
ITS EIGHTH WARMEST YEAR ON RECORD. HOUSTON RECORDED ITS 15TH
WARMEST YEAR IN CITY HISTORY. HOBBY AIRPORT HAS HAD EIGHT OF ITS
TEN WARMEST YEARS SINCE 1998 (RECORDS GO BACK TO 1931). THE
TROPICS WERE QUIET AND SOUTHEAST TEXAS DID NOT SUFFER ANY
CONSEQUENCES FROM TROPICAL STORMS OR HURRICANES. WINTER CAME
EARLY. ACCUMULATING SNOW FELL ON PARTS OF THE REGION ON DECEMBER
4TH. THIS WAS EARLIEST SNOW ON RECORD FOR SOUTHEAST TEXAS AND THE
FIRST TIME ACCUMULATING SNOW HAS FALLEN IN CONSECUTIVE YEARS.
DESPITE A FOUR MONTH SUMMER DROUGHT...RAINFALL FOR THE YEAR ENDED
VERY CLOSE TO NORMAL. ONLY COASTAL SECTIONS SUFFERED SIGNIFICANTLY
LOWER THAN NORMAL RAINFALL FOR THE YEAR.

LETS TAKE A STROLL DOWN MEMORY LANE AND REFLECT ON SOME OF THE
MORE SIGNIFICANT WEATHER EVENTS OF THE LAST YEAR.

                           JANUARY

JANUARY WAS WAS ABOUT 2 TO 3 DEGREES WARMER THAN NORMAL AND
CONSIDERABLY DRIER THAN NORMAL. MANY OF THE COASTAL OBSERVATION
SITES RECEIVED LESS THAN A HALF INCH OF RAIN FOR THE MONTH. HAZARDOUS
WEATHER WAS MINIMAL.

SITE  AVG    AVG    AVG    DEP    RAIN    DEP

IAH   66.5   41.4   53.9   +2.1   0.49   -3.19
GLS   64.5   48.1   56.3   +0.5   0.34   -3.74
CLL   66.0   39.6   52.8   +2.6   0.70   -2.62
HOU   66.9   43.6   55.2   +0.9   0.37   -3.88
CXO   65.6   36.9   51.3   +1.4   0.62   -3.59
DWH   66.8   39.1   53.0          0.50   -2.54
LBX   68.0   40.2   54.1          0.25   -4.51
PSX   67.0   42.3   54.6   +1.7   0.15   -3.03
SGR   68.0   40.8   54.4   +0.3   0.30   -3.66
UTS   64.7   39.9   52.3   +3.5   0.55   -3.73
HGX   65.5   42.3   53.9   +0.5   0.26   -5.17

                        FEBRUARY

FEBRUARY WAS CONSIDERABLY WARMER THAN NORMAL WITH TEMPERATURES
AVERAGING 4 TO 6 DEGREES WARMER THAN THE CLIMATOLOGICAL NORMAL.
RAINFALL WAS AGAIN BELOW NORMAL. RAINFALL WAS BELOW NORMAL...
ESPECIALLY ALONG THE COAST. THERE WERE A COUPLE OF BOUTS OF
HAZARDOUS WEATHER WITH A FEW STORMS PRODUCING WIND DAMAGE OVER
PARTS OF HOUSTON...SAN JACINTO AND POLK COUNTIES.


SITE  AVG    AVG    AVG    DEP    RAIN    DEP

IAH   72.4   50.0   61.2   +5.8   1.52   -1.46
GLS   68.6   55.4   62.0   +4.0   1.05   -1.56
CLL   72.6   48.2   60.4   +5.9   0.68   -1.70
HOU   71.9   52.3   62.1   +4.4   1.18   -1.83
CXO   72.1   44.9   58.5   +4.9   1.17   -1.74
DWH   73.1   47.6   60.4          1.53   -1.36
LBX   72.5   49.5   61.0          0.43   -4.33
PSX   72.0   51.8   61.9   +6.1   0.72   -1.73
SGR   73.5   50.2   61.8   +5.8   1.83   -1.29
UTS   71.1   48.0   59.6   +5.6   1.65   -1.49
HGX   69.8   51.8   60.8   +4.1   1.58   -1.87

                           MARCH

MARCH WAS RELATIVELY NORMAL COMPARED TO THE FIRST TWO MONTHS OF
THE YEAR. TEMPERATURES WERE GENERALLY WITHIN A DEGREE OF NORMAL
AND RAINFALL WAS ABOUT AN INCH OF ABOVE NORMAL. STRONG
THUNDERSTORMS ROLLED THROUGH THE REGION ON MARCH 25 AND AGAIN ON
MARCH 27. GOLF BALL SIZED HAIL POUNDED PARTS OF HARRIS...LIBERTY
AND FORT BEND COUNTIES ON THE 27TH.


SITE  AVG    AVG    AVG    DEP    RAIN    DEP

IAH   73.2   52.5   62.8   +0.5   4.08   +0.72
GLS   70.1   57.1   63.6   -0.5   3.73   +0.97
CLL   73.2   51.1   62.2   +0.6   5.07   +2.23
HOU   72.9   54.1   63.5   -0.7   2.52   -0.67
CXO   72.1   48.9   60.5   -0.6   4.14   +1.23
DWH   73.1   50.1   61.6          4.76   +2.18
LBX   73.7   51.6   62.6          1.57   -3.19
PSX   73.3   55.5   64.4   +2.3   2.07   -0.63
SGR   74.2   52.4   63.3   +0.3   3.91   +1.42
UTS   71.5   50.2   60.8   +0.3   3.31   -0.16
HGX   70.7   52.6   61.7   +0.0   2.17   -1.34

                           APRIL

TEMPERATURES WERE GENERALLY NEAR NORMAL DURING THE MONTH BUT
RAINFALL WAS WELL ABOVE NORMAL. HOBBY AIRPORT HAD ITS WETTEST
APRIL OF ALL TIME AND APRIL 2009 WAS THE THIRD WETTEST IN CITY
OF HOUSTON HISTORY. THERE WERE TWO LARGE RAIN EVENTS THAT
PUNCTUATED THE MONTH. THE FIRST RAIN EVENT OCCURRED OVER PARTS OF
SOUTHEAST HARRIS...NORTHERN BRAZORIA AND NORTHERN GALVESTON
COUNTIES. 6.90 INCHES OF RAIN FELL IN ONE HOUR AT THE HARRIS
COUNTY GAGE LOCATED AT BAY AREA BOULEVARD AND CLEAR CREEK AND MANY
COMMUNITIES REPORTED IN EXCESS OF TEN INCHES OF RAIN FOR THE
EVENT. THE SECOND HEAVY RAIN EVENT FELL OVER NORTHWEST HARRIS
COUNTY. ANOTHER 6 TO 8 INCHES OF RAIN FELL IN A FEW HOURS FLOODING
HOMES AND ROADWAYS.


SITE  AVG    AVG    AVG    DEP    RAIN    DEP

IAH   78.6   58.6   68.6   +0.1  10.38   +6.78
GLS   76.0   63.9   70.0   -0.0   5.23   +2.67
CLL   78.2   57.2   67.7   -0.2   6.11   +2.91
HOU   78.5   60.6   69.6   -0.4  15.61  +12.15
CXO   77.5   53.6   65.6   -1.8   7.54   +3.70
DWH   78.2   56.7   67.4          9.59   +6.67
LBX   78.8   57.6   68.2          3.40   -0.37
PSX   79.1   62.3   70.7   +2.2   2.02   -0.78
SGR   79.0   58.9   68.9   -1.7   8.10   +5.48
UTS   76.5   56.1   66.3   -0.9   6.53   +3.03
HGX   76.5   59.0   67.8   +0.0  13.63   +9.64

                          MAY

MAY WAS A REVERSAL IN FORTUNE. THE GIANT SPIGOT IN THE SKY WAS
TURNED OFF AND RAINFALL WAS WELL BELOW NORMAL. IT WAS THE EIGHTH
DRIEST MAY ON RECORD FOR THE CITY OF HOUSTON AND ALSO AT HOBBY
AIRPORT. THIS WAS THE GENESIS OF ONE OF THE DRIEST FOUR MONTH
PERIODS IN RECORDED HISTORY. TEMPERATURES WERE 2 TO 3 DEGREES
WARMER THAN NORMAL. A BOUT OF SEVERE WEATHER OCCURRED EARLY IN THE
MONTH WITH WIND DAMAGE REPORTED IN BRAZOS...MADISON AND HOUSTON
COUNTIES.

SITE  AVG    AVG    AVG    DEP    RAIN    DEP

IAH   87.6   68.7   78.1   +2.3   0.38   -4.77
GLS   84.0   73.3   78.7   +1.8   0.19   -3.51
CLL   87.0   68.1   77.6   +2.3   1.41   -3.64
HOU   86.9   70.6   78.7   +1.7   0.66   -4.45
CXO   86.5   64.7   75.6   +1.0   2.31   -3.31
DWH   86.6   66.5   76.5          2.34   -0.42
LBX   86.1   67.6   76.9          1.10   -3.66
PSX   86.5   71.2   78.9   +3.2   5.69   +1.14
SGR   88.0   68.6   78.3   +1.1   0.32   -3.30
UTS   86.7   65.8   76.3   +1.9   1.73   -3.35
HGX   84.7   69.3   77.0   +1.6   1.51   -3.07

                           JUNE

THE SHORT TERM DROUGHT THAT DEVELOPED IN MAY CONTINUED THROUGH
JUNE. RAINFALL WAS WELL BELOW NORMAL. INTENSE HEAT COUPLED WITH
HIGH HUMIDITY DOMINATED THE SECOND HALF OF THE MONTH. TEMPERATURES
EXCEED 100 DEGREES AT MOST SITES BETWEEN JUNE 20 AND JUNE 30TH.
HOUSTON RECORDED ITS WARMEST TEMPERATURE EVER IN THE MONTH OF JUNE
WHEN THE MERCURY REACHED 104 DEGREES. OVERNIGHT LOWS WOULD ONLY
BRIEFLY FALL BELOW 80 DEGREES. COLLEGE STATION HAD 11 DAYS WITH
THE TEMPERATURE AT OR EXCEEDING 100 DEGREES.


SITE  AVG    AVG    AVG    DEP    RAIN    DEP

IAH   96.7   74.6   85.6   +4.3   0.27   -5.08
GLS   89.7   79.0   84.4   +2.2   0.32   -3.72
CLL   97.5   74.5   86.0   +4.4   TRACE  -3.79
HOU   94.8   74.8   84.8   +2.5   1.39   -5.45
CXO   95.9   69.7   82.8   +2.0   0.14   -4.44
DWH   95.0   71.7   83.4          TRACE
LBX   92.1   71.6   81.8          0.62   -4.14
PSX   89.8   77.8   83.8   +2.7   0.08   -4.29
SGR   96.4   72.9   84.7   +3.0   0.78   -4.26
UTS   96.9   73.6   85.3   +4.7   0.19   -4.47
HGX   91.6   73.7   82.7   +2.4   0.87   -6.49

                           JULY

THE HEAT CONTINUED INTO JULY AND TEMPERATURES AVERAGED 3 TO 4
DEGREES WARMER THAN NORMAL. IT WAS THE WARMEST JULY IN RECORDED
HISTORY FOR COLLEGE STATION AND THE SECOND WARMEST FOR THE CITY OF
HOUSTON. RAIN INCREASED IN FREQUENCY DURING THE SECOND HALF OF
THE MONTH BUT MONTHLY TOTALS WERE STILL BELOW NORMAL. DROUGHT
CONDITIONS PERSISTED AND A WILDFIRE BURNED ABOUT 1700 ACRES IN
COLORADO COUNTY OVER THE 4TH OF JULY HOLIDAY WEEKEND.

SITE  AVG    AVG    AVG    DEP    RAIN    DEP

IAH   96.8   77.9   87.4   +3.8   2.84   -0.34
GLS   91.9   80.6   86.2   +1.9   2.72   -0.73
CLL  100.7   77.5   89.1   +4.5   2.42   +0.50
HOU   96.1   77.4   86.7   +2.2   3.62   -0.74
CXO   96.6   74.1   85.4   +1.9   2.46   -0.78
DWH   96.7   75.1   85.9          1.58   -2.48
LBX   94.8   75.3   85.0          2.73   -1.04
PSX   91.8   81.3   86.5   +3.1  TRACE   -3.99
SGR   99.1   76.5   87.8   +4.5   0.96   -3.34
UTS   98.1   76.6   87.4   +3.8   2.60   -0.07
HGX   93.8   76.0   84.9   +2.6   4.31   +1.08

                           AUGUST

TEMPERATURES REMAINED WELL ABOVE NORMAL AND COLLEGE STATION
RECORDED ITS THIRD WARMEST AUGUST ON RECORD. HOUSTON ENDURED ITS
SEVENTH WARMEST AUGUST ON RECORD. RAINFALL WAS AGAIN BELOW
NORMAL. THE FOUR MONTH PERIOD OF MAY...JUNE...JULY AND AUGUST WAS
THE DRIEST PERIOD EVER RECORDED FOR HOUSTON.


SITE  AVG    AVG    AVG    DEP    RAIN    DEP

IAH   96.4   76.1   86.2   +2.9   2.11   -1.72
GLS   92.3   80.7   86.5   +2.1   1.08   -3.14
CLL   99.2   76.0   87.6   +2.9   0.69   -1.94
HOU   95.5   76.9   86.2   +1.8   1.63   -2.91
CXO   94.9   72.8   83.8   +0.5   2.78   -0.92
DWH   96.3   72.9   84.6          1.47   -3.35
LBX   95.2   73.7   84.5          1.90   -2.86
PSX   93.0   80.2   86.6   +3.6   0.81   -2.55
SGR   96.4   74.3   85.3   +2.2   3.97   -1.41
UTS   96.4   75.1   85.7   +2.5   0.86   -2.86
HGX   92.4   75.4   83.9   +1.9   4.66   +0.09

                           SEPTEMBER

THE LONG SUMMER HEAT WAVE OF 2009 FINALLY BEGAN TO WANE.
TEMPERATURES FOR MONTH RETURNED TO NORMAL LEVELS. RAIN RETURNED
TO THE REGION AS WELL.


SITE  AVG    AVG    AVG    DEP    RAIN    DEP

IAH   87.0   71.0   79.0   +0.1   4.68   +0.35
GLS   85.8   74.9   80.4   -0.7   5.24   -0.52
CLL   87.3   70.1   78.7   -1.0   7.42   +3.51
HOU   87.3   72.6   79.9   -0.6   5.31   -0.31
CXO   85.8   68.1   76.9   -1.4   3.94   -0.52
DWH   87.1   68.3   77.7          6.11   +1.01
LBX   86.6   69.6   78.1          4.67   -0.09
PSX   87.3   71.7   79.5   +0.5   6.78   +0.20
SGR   86.4   69.7   78.0   +0.4   4.31   +1.16
UTS   86.0   68.8   77.4   -0.6   3.98   -0.75
HGX   85.0   69.6   77.3   -1.0   3.42   -3.69

                           OCTOBER

RAIN RETURNED WITH SOME GUSTO IN OCTOBER. AFTER SUFFERING ONE OF
THE DRIEST SUMMERS ON RECORD...MANY LOCATIONS RECEIVED OVER TEN
INCHES OF RAIN DURING THE MONTH. TEMPERATURES WERE NEAR NORMAL
LEVELS.

SITE  AVG    AVG    AVG    DEP    RAIN    DEP

IAH   80.3   61.7   71.0   +0.6  13.16   +8.66
GLS   77.8   66.0   71.9   -2.2   6.76   +3.27 #
CLL   78.3   60.5   69.4   -1.1   8.25   +4.03
HOU   80.6   63.8   72.2   -0.0  11.52   +6.26
CXO   78.9   58.8   68.9   -0.1  10.72   +6.02
DWH   79.5   59.4   69.4         11.47   +6.16
LBX   81.1   61.8   71.5          9.55   +4.79
PSX   81.1   64.8   73.0   +1.7   5.36   +0.35
SGR   80.0   61.5   70.8   -1.1  10.83   +6.23
UTS   77.3   59.5   68.4   -0.6   8.14   +3.87
HGX   79.6   62.2   70.9   +0.6  14.63   +9.05

# MISSING DATA OCT 7 THRU OCT 13

                           NOVEMBER

NOVEMBER WAS A NEAR NORMAL MONTH WITH REGARDS TO TEMPERATURE AND
RAINFALL.

SITE  AVG    AVG    AVG    DEP    RAIN    DEP

IAH   73.5   51.5   62.5   +1.6   1.66   -2.53
GLS   71.1   58.9   65.0   -0.4   3.97   +0.33
CLL   72.3   50.7   61.5   +1.5   3.42   +0.24
HOU   72.8   53.3   63.1   +0.1   1.88   -2.66
CXO   71.5   45.5   58.5   -1.0   1.64   -3.15
DWH   72.0   47.6   59.8          1.30   -3.81
LBX   73.0   49.4   61.2          2.92   -2.05
PSX   73.6   53.7   63.6   +1.4   7.07   +3.68
SGR   72.5   49.5   61.0   -1.1   2.16   -2.15
UTS   71.0   49.0   60.0   +1.1   1.15   -3.72
HGX   71.8   51.3   61.6   +0.7   2.41   -3.05

                           DECEMBER

DECEMBER WAS COLD! THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE WAS BETWEEN THREE AND
FIVE DEGREES BELOW CLIMATOLOGICAL NORMALS. SNOW FELL ACROSS
SOUTHEAST TEXAS ON DECEMBER 4. THIS IS THE EARLIEST RECORDED SNOW
FALL FOR SOUTHEAST TEXAS BESTING THE PREVIOUS EARLIEST RECORDED
SNOW OF DECEMBER 10 WHICH LAST OCCURRED IN 2008. THE HEAVIEST
SNOW FELL ALONG THE U.S. HIGHWAY 59 CORRIDOR FROM EDNA TO WHARTON
TO RICHMOND TO SUGARLAND. TWO TO FOUR INCHES OF SNOW FELL IN THE
AXIS OF THE HEAVIEST SNOW. AN INCH OF SNOW FELL AT HOBBY AND BUSH
INTERCONTINENTAL AIRPORTS IN HOUSTON.

SITE  AVG    AVG    AVG    DEP    RAIN    DEP

IAH   58.4   42.0   50.2   -3.5   5.44   +1.75
GLS   59.0   46.7   52.9   -5.2   6.53   +3.00
CLL   56.1   39.5   47.8   -4.4   2.81   -0.42
HOU   58.9   43.4   51.1   -5.0   6.96   +3.18
CXO   56.7   38.0   47.4   -4.2   4.08   -0.02
DWH   57.1   40.0   48.6   -4.5   6.40   +2.31
LBX   59.8   43.4   51.6          6.05   +1.29
PSX   59.4   43.8   51.6   -3.5   5.04   +1.96
SGR   57.7   41.2   49.5   -4.0   4.79   +1.36
UTS   55.9   38.4   47.2   -4.0   4.01   -0.15
HGX   58.5   42.3   50.4   -4.2   6.67   +1.98

BELOW ARE THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURES FOR THE YEAR AND 2009 RAINFALL TOTALS:

SITE         2009 AVG TEMP               2009 RAIN

IAH          70.5 (15TH WARMEST)           47.01
GLS          71.5 (15TH WARMEST)           37.16
CLL          70.1 (8TH  WARMEST)           38.98
HOU          71.1 (5TH WARMEST)            52.65
CXO          67.8                          41.59
DWH          69.0                          46.93
LBX          69.7                          34.87
PSX          71.4                          28.38
SGR          70.3                          35.32
UTS          68.9                          34.74

HERE ARE THE MONTHLY RAINFALL TOTALS FROM OUR CO-OP OBSERVATION NETWORK:

SITE            JAN   FEB   MAR   APR   MAY   JUN   JUL

ALVIN          0.30   0.80  1.82  7.85  0.61  2.83   3.14
ANAHUAC        0.37   0.50  5.28 20.74  1.23  1.71   3.66
BAY CITY       0.20   0.25  1.57  3.89  0.33  0.90   0.90
BAYTOWN        0.40   1.73  2.55 13.15  2.90  0.96   2.68
BELLVILLE      0.51   0.58  2.96  9.64  4.06  0.00   0.28
BRENHAM        0.79   1.20  3.33  9.53  0.73  0.00   1.00
CALDWELL       0.63   0.95  3.95  4.85  2.05  0.52   5.23
CLEVELAND      0.92   2.70  6.30  8.81  4.11  0.22   1.72
COLUMBUS       0.52   0.21  2.46  7.03  1.96  0.10   0.70
CROCKETT       1.39   1.71  4.78  5.54  1.03  0.70   2.26
CYPRESS        0.53   1.35  3.90 16.75  2.59    T    1.96
DANEVANG       0.16   0.69  1.87  4.16  0.54  0.55   0.82
EL CAMPO       0.19   0.80  2.73  5.88  1.76  0.32   2.68
FREEPORT       0.13   0.66  2.62  5.57  2.53  0.00   3.59
HOU HEIGHTS    0.39   1.51  4.46 14.66  0.65  0.50   4.68
NORTH HOU      0.31   1.16  4.42 10.89  1.04  0.90   4.54
HOU PORT       1.07   1.84  1.74  6.11  0.40  0.00   3.05
HOU WESTBURY   0.41   1.65  3.78  9.90  0.59  0.45   2.60
KATY           0.45   0.72  1.09 12.22  1.13  0.00   2.26
LIVINGSTON     1.59   0.43  5.33  8.52  4.23  0.13   6.91
MADISONVILLE   1.29   1.04  3.05  5.90  1.96  0.13   4.22
MATAGORDA      0.02   0.14  1.65  2.91  4.79  0.00   0.92
NEW CANEY      0.17   1.42  4.39 10.64  1.63  0.20   4.48
RICHARDS       1.06   0.51  3.25 10.24  0.96  0.25   1.51
RICHMOND       0.44   0.97  2.82  6.95  0.11  1.14   0.84
SOMERVILLE     0.61   0.66  3.51  7.75  0.77  0.29   0.73
W COLUMBIA     0.37   0.73  1.35  5.49  1.73  1.42   3.29
WHARTON        0.23   1.24  3.07  6.45  0.92  0.25   0.25


SITE                AUG   SEP    OCT    NOV   DEC     YEAR

ALVIN               3.76  1.94  7.03   2.88   7.06   40.02
ANAHUAC             3.85  3.34 11.63   2.03   4.68   59.02
BAY CITY            0.86  5.08 10.16   4.07   5.59   33.80
BAYTOWN             3.85  6.60 13.93   1.74  10.01   60.50
BELLVILLE           2.51  5.11  6.44   3.48   4.18   39.75
BRENHAM             2.81  5.88 11.89   2.78   3.87   43.81
CALDWELL            1.42  8.69  8.40   3.34   2.43   42.46
CLEVELAND           3.07  3.19 12.45   1.60   8.30   53.39
COLUMBUS            3.06  3.92  9.63   1.05   4.94   35.58
CROCKETT            4.24  5.26  8.50   1.82   3.76   40.99
CYPRESS             2.14  4.31 11.63   1.82   7.72   54.70
DANEVANG            0.64  6.25  7.91   4.02   5.22   32.83
EL CAMPO            3.35  6.18  9.67   4.18   6.03   43.77
FREEPORT            1.46  4.36 10.79   4.04   8.77   44.52
HOU HEIGHTS         5.52  5.14 16.12   2.29   6.48   62.40
NORTH HOU           3.82  3.06 12.75   2.35   6.41   51.65
HOU PORT            0.17  2.10  4.63   0.35   3.43   24.89
HOU WESTBURY        2.93  3.68 12.23   2.04   5.57   45.83
KATY                2.69  7.21 11.71   1.92   7.11   48.51
LIVINGSTON          2.95  1.17 12.57   1.96   5.51   51.30
MADISONVILLE        1.21  6.08 10.77   2.76   4.46   42.87
MATAGORDA           0.05  4.03 11.77   6.34   6.37   38.99
NEW CANEY           3.47  2.90 11.70   1.14   7.32   49.46
RICHARDS            1.11 11.81  9.27   1.78   6.21   47.96
RICHMOND            4.39  2.87  8.63   1.91   5.95   37.02
SOMERVILLE          0.94  6.36  9.62   2.09   3.75   37.08
W COLUMBIA          2.34  5.10  8.94   3.20   6.01   39.97
WHARTON             2.53  4.40  9.56   3.00   5.13   38.22

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