Detailed rainfall mapping...

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Redbug

Senior Member
Just how much rain fell at home or the farm? A good rainfall is literally worth millions across the state when in a drought...

To see detailed rainfall amounts...

1. type in your place...such as Bamberg, SC.
2. click states, county, road/town overlay
3. click last 2 days...or whatever...
4. then hit "Go".
5. compare the color to the precip scale.
6. You can also adjust the pcpn opacity scale. This is good if you want to use the satellite or hybrid maps.

You can zoom in, zoom out, pan, etc.

http://www.srh.noaa.gov/ridge2/RFC_Precip/

Pretty neat huh?
 
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Redbug

Senior Member
That's good because it could save a trip just by looking at how much rain fell or did not fall at where you wanted to go. Good to keep up with the food plots from afar too!
 

4HAND

Senior Member
Also, on weather.com if you go to local foecast, then click on "month", it will show you the accumulated rainfall for each day.

For some reason I couldn't get the above link to work. It just shows rainfall graph for the entire U.S.?
 
Just how much rain fell at home or the farm? A good rainfall is literally worth millions across the state when in a drought...

To see detailed rainfall amounts...

1. type in your place...such as Bamberg, SC.
2. click states, county, road/town overlay
3. click last 2 days...or whatever...
4. then hit "Go".
5. compare the color to the precip scale.
6. You can also adjust the pcpn opacity scale. This is good if you want to use the satellite or hybrid maps.

You can zoom in, zoom out, pan, etc.

http://www.srh.noaa.gov/ridge2/RFC_Precip/

Pretty neat huh?
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