10 All-Time Rainiest Weather Days in Binghamton, NY History

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the all-time rainiest or wettest days in the history of Binghamton, New York.

These are the ten all-time rainiest or wettest weather days in the history of Binghamton, New York dating back to 1951. Binghamton is a metropolitan city of some 250,000 people located where the Susquehanna and Chenango Rivers meet in south-central New York State, just north of the Pennsylvania border.

On September 7, 2011, the all-time most rainfall in one day fell in Binghamton. A total of 7.49" fell in the city that day, absolutley shattering the old record of 4.24".

Binghamton is historically not an especially wet weather city. It averages 39.24" of yearly rain, but has already broken the record for most rain in a year in 2011. The old record was 49.78", set in 2006. So far in 2011, through September 7th, 49.86" of rain has fallen in Binghamton.

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10 All-Time Rainiest/Wettest Weather Days in Binghamton

1. September 7, 2011 - 7.49"

2. September 30, 2010 - 4.24"

3. June 27, 2006 - 4.05"

4. June 16, 2001 - 3.57"

T-5. September 27, 1985 - 3.50"

T-5. November 11, 1963 - 3.50"

7. September 16, 1999 - 3.45"

8. November 15, 1955 - 3.38"

9. July 11, 1967 - 3.24"

10. June 17, 1960 - 3.11"

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Binghamton averages 3.27" of rain per month, but the the rainfall totals vary depending upon the month and seasons. The rainiest month, on average, in Binghamton each year is June at 4.31", followed by July at 3.70". The next rainiest month is September at 3.63", May at 3.56", August at 3.44", and April at 3.42".

The least rainiest, or wettest, month in Binghampton is February at 2.30", followed closely by January at 2.44". The next least rainiest months are December at 2.82", March at 2.98", November at 3.30" and October at 3.33".

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Source:http://www.nws.noaa.gov/climate/xmacis.php?wfo=bgm

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