Morovis Normals

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  1. Corozal Agricultural Substation
  2. Morovis
  3. Negro Corozal
  4. Palmarejo

 Corozal Agricultural Substation

 

Temperature shelter and Monel evaporation pan at the Corozal AES, PR. The Corozal AES FPU, PR.
The temperature shelter (left), Monel evaporation pan (center) and Fischer Porter Rain Gage (right) at the Corozal Agricultural Substation. The Fischer Porter Rain Gage (left), Monel evaporation pan (front) and temperature shelter (far right) at the Corozal Agricultural Substation.

 

NCDC 1981-2010
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Annual
Average High (F)
82.5
83.0
84.6
86.2
87.6
89.4
88.9
89.4
88.9
88.1
85.2
83.1
86.4
Average Low (F)
64.0
63.3
64.0
65.4
68.0
69.6
70.2
70.4
69.8
68.7
67.6
65.1
67.2
Average Rain (in.)
4.76
3.70
4.60
7.96
9.34
3.80
5.29
6.43
8.79
9.14
7.62
6.33
77.76

  All Time Record
Record High 98F  June 9th, 2008
Record Low 50F April 1st, 1945
Wettest Year 107.17"     1981
Driest Year 41.30"     1994
Highest Daily Precip 9.29"  August 31st, 1979

 

 

Morovis

 

The SRG in Morovis, PR. The Standard Rain Gage (SRG) in Morovis, PR.

 

NCDC 1981-2010
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Annual
Average Rain (in.)
4.22
3.23
3.58
6.92
10.41
3.73
4.40
6.37
8.35
8.57
7.92
5.39
73.09

  All Time Record
Record High N/A
Record Low N/A
Wettest Year 115.65"    2010
Driest Year 38.17"     1997
Highest Daily Precip 9.42"  November 8th, 2001

 

 

Negro Corozal

 

The Fischer Porter Rain Gage at Negro Corozal, PR.

The Fischer Porter Rain Gage at Negro Corozal, PR.

 

NCDC 1981-2010
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Annual
Average Rain (in.)
5.69
3.68
4.51
8.04
8.52
3.17
4.61
5.70
8.98
8.25
8.51
5.65
75.31

  All Time Record
Record High N/A
Record Low N/A
Wettest Year 109.48"     2004
Driest Year 43.23"     1997
Highest Daily Precip 9.85"  November 8th, 2001

 

Palmarejo

 

Cooperative Observer Isaac Vélez and Hydrometeorological Technician Rosalina Vázquez standing next to the Standard Rain Gage (SRG) at Palmarejo, PR.
The Maximum Minimum Temperature Sensor (MMTS - near left) along with 4 inch as well as 8 inch Standard Rain Gages (SRG's - far right).

 Insufficient Data to Establish normals.

       All Time Records Unavailable
 

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