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It has been awful dry lately, even though a wet year.
Quote from: badknees on December 26, 2007, 04:45:54 PM It has been awful dry lately, even though a wet year.With the year only a few days from being over and no rain in the forecast the official rainfall for the year at PJ is 15.11 inches. The yearly average for PJ is 15.34 inches, so it has turned considerably dry in the last quarter of the year and will end up below normal (more or less).
The Chisos Mountains Basin, located in the center of Big Bend National Park, has received over twenty inches of rainfall for the calendar year. This is the second time since 1992, and the first since 2003, that rainfall in the Chisos Basin has eclipsed the twenty-inch mark.
didn't David say no water at Boot Canyon pipe in his OMG trip report?
Sorry, guess I missed reading David's report. Can someone post a link to it? I'm probably looking right at it, but can't see it.
I still find it hard to believe that there is no water in the big tinajas up stream above the Juniper canyon trail jct.
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