PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HOUSTON/GALVESTON TX
309 PM CDT WED MAY 5 2010

...RAINFALL DEFICITS CONTINUE TO GROW ACROSS SOUTHEAST TEXAS...

THROUGH MAY 4TH...RAINFALL DEFICITS FOR 2010 CONTINUE TO GROW ACROSS
SOUTHEAST TEXAS. HERE ARE SOME STATISTICS FOR THE AREA`S FOUR MAJOR
CLIMATOLOGICAL STATIONS.

FOR IAH...THE 2010 RAINFALL TOTAL THROUGH MAY 4TH IS 10.77 INCHES
WHICH IS 3.42 INCHES BELOW NORMAL. LAST YEAR AT THIS TIME...THE
RAINFALL TOTAL WAS 16.47 INCHES. THROUGH THE 4TH...2009 HAD 5.70
MORE INCHES OF RAIN THAT WHAT OCCURRED IN 2010.

FOR HOU...THE 2010 RAINFALL TOTAL THROUGH MAY 4TH IS 8.78 INCHES
WHICH IS 5.66 INCHES BELOW NORMAL. LAST YEAR AT THIS TIME...THE
RAINFALL TOTAL WAS 19.68 INCHES. THROUGH THE 4TH...2009 HAD 10.90
MORE INCHES OF RAIN THAT WHAT OCCUR ED IN 2010.

FOR GLS...THE 2010 RAINFALL TOTAL THROUGH MAY 4TH IS 8.09 INCHES
WHICH IS 4.32 INCHES BELOW NORMAL. LAST YEAR AT THIS TIME...THE
RAINFALL TOTAL WAS 10.35 INCHES. THROUGH THE 4TH...2009 HAD 2.26
MORE INCHES OF RAIN THAT WHAT OCCUR ED IN 2010.

FOR CLL...THE 2010 RAINFALL TOTAL THROUGH MAY 4TH IS 9.43 INCHES
WHICH IS 2.89 INCHES BELOW NORMAL. LAST YEAR AT THIS TIME...THE
RAINFALL TOTAL WAS 12.79 INCHES. THROUGH THE 4TH...2009 HAD 3.36
MORE INCHES OF RAIN THAT WHAT OCCUR ED IN 2010.

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