Weather extremes have been a theme over the last several years but we have been fortunate in Licking County to not experience the worst of these extremes. Much of our county experienced a very wet spring but as we reach the end of the growing season the early wetness was balanced by a drier than average end of the summer. Thanks to our dedicated rainfall reporters from throughout the county, I am able to provide the following chart. One of our reporters experienced technical difficulties with their weather station but we still have a good picture of rainfall around the county. For a nicer view of the report click here: AG Rainfall Summary 2020
Rainfall – Licking County 2020
|Newton TWP SE||4.77||4.42||3.60||4.70||4.80||2.95||25.24|
|Union TWP S||3.70||4.60||1.85||4.80||3.60||2.20||20.75|
|Washington TWP S||3.80||5.25||3.45||1.70||2.70||3.10||20.00|
|Long-Term County Average||3.66||4.41||4.57||4.37||3.58||2.99||23.58|
*NR = Not Reported
Ohio State University Extension Licking County would like to give a special thanks to the following individuals and families who graciously devoted their time and effort to tracking and reporting Licking County rainfall totals. Without their help, this would not be possible.
|Rick Black||Jim Kiracofe|
|Larry Coe||Jeff Martin|
|Orville Felumlee||David Shipley|
|John Hankinson||Tom Sorg|
|Kayla Hughes||Marcie Williams|
If you know someone who would like to participate in this project next year, please have them contact the Extension office at (740) 670-5315.