September 2013 was a relatively dry month...
Total rainfall: 71.5mm
Lower than the
average 2000 - 2013: 78.1mm
Driest Septermber: 2002, 43.5mm
Wettest September: 2000, 170.5mm
Below you'll find the rainfall totals for July 2013. Recorded by
John Jones, Pelcomb near Haverfordwest.
- April 2013 - recorded by John
Rainfall total: 57.5mm
dry month with over half the rainfall recorded during two days (April 11th: 18.5mm and
April 13th: 13.00mm)
April average rainfall 75.5mm
The graph below shows the raifall totals - April 2000
- March 2013 - recorded by John Jones
Higher than the average as shown on graph below:
We had 19 days without rain and 43% of rain fell
during one day! On the 23rd of March: 32.5mm
- February 2013 - recorded by John Jones
February 2013 was a month of two halves. Rain fell for the
first 13 days, 17 days were totally dry.
Total: 70.5mm (2.78inch)
Lower than the average as shown on graph below: 84.5mm
January 2013 Rainfall Record - recorded i Pelcomb, Haverfordwest
We had snow on Friday morning the 17th of February and heavy
rain on the 25th.
Total rainfall of the month: 124.5mm (4.9inch)
Above the average raiinfall for the century: 114mm
Here's a graph to show the difference between each month:
2012 Rainfall Record in Pelcomb,
Total rainfall 2012: 1428mm (56.2 inches)
528.5 mm of rain recroded during the last three months of the
Wettest (since 1987) - 2012: 1428mm
Driest (since 1987) - 2009 - 1409mm
December 2012 Rainfall in Pelcomb, Haverfordwest:
December 2012 was by far the wettest of the century.
Total Rainfall: 196.6mm (7.7 inches)
Wettest December: 2012 - 196.6mm (7.7 inches)
Driest December: 2001 - 46.5mm
A wet month with only 5 dry days...
Total Rainfall: 185.5mm (7.3inch)
More rain was recorded during:
Information provided by John Lloyd Jones
October 2012 rainfall in Pelcomb,
On average, October is one
of the wettest months of the year. October
2012 did not disappoint; we only had 8 completely dry day
throughout the month.
Total rainfall: 146.5mm
Average rainfall of the century: 152.5mm
Wettest October: 2005 - 277.5mm
Driest October: 2007 - 58.5mm
Information provided by John Jones
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