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View Poll Results: How many inches of precipitation does your city get per year?
under 10 inches 2 8.00%
10-19 inches 2 8.00%
20-29 inches 6 24.00%
30-39 inches 6 24.00%
40-49 inches 4 16.00%
50-59 inches 2 8.00%
60-69 inches 1 4.00%
70-79 inches 0 0%
80-89 inches 1 4.00%
90-99 inches 0 0%
over 100 inches 0 0%
I don't know. 1 4.00%
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Old 12-22-2012, 05:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default How many inches (or mm) of rain does your city get per year?

I was going to put millimeters in the poll but it was too much of a pain in the ***. You can convert here:

http://calculator-converter.com/mm_t...conversion.php
http://www.metric-conversions.org/le...-to-inches.htm

And you can find the amount of rain on wikipedia in the climate section on your city.











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Old 12-22-2012, 05:46 AM   #2 (permalink)
 
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Albany, Oregon AVERAGE ANNUAL PRECIPITATION 43.66 INCHES

Auburn,CA AVERAGE ANNUAL PRECIPITATION 36.51 INCHES

I feel lucky I don't live in them 100+ inches places around Oregon/Washington.
Also I like the rain,but can't stand so many cloudy days in Oregon.
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Old 12-22-2012, 05:51 AM   #3 (permalink)
 
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When I saw the title of this thread, I thought it was asking how many inches something else was..
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Old 12-22-2012, 05:56 AM   #5 (permalink)
 
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I don't deny this.
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Wikipedia says 653 mm, i dunno what it's in inches...
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Wikipedia says 653 mm, i dunno what it's in inches...
26 inches
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According to Wikipedia we have 888 mm = 34.8 inches of precipitation in Belgium. I read once that there are yearly 200 days of rain here.
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55 inches, I live in a mountain town that's often misty if it's not raining.
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Looks about 42 inches but that is just an estimation from average rainfall amounts tabulated in my head.
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According to Wiki annual rainfall here is at 3 inches / 76mm, also it's the sunniest place on EARTH! :(
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37.49 in in Seattle. The city actually gets less rain than many of the other cities. But if you look at the map, we are surrounded by a rain forest so our state does get a ton of rain.
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37.49 in in Seattle. The city actually gets less rain than many of the other cities. But if you look at the map, we are surrounded by a rain forest so our state does get a ton of rain.
My dad (from Tacoma) was telling me about how they get 107 inches a year in Forks, Washington. The joke is that if you stand still moss will start growing on you there.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forks,_wa

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600mm or 24 inches
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I donut know.
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Too much
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Sydney: 1,217 mm (48 in), with rain falling on an average of 138 days a year.

It is rather wet here.
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According to Wiki annual rainfall here is at 3 inches / 76mm, also it's the sunniest place on EARTH!
wow, only 3 inches.
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