August, a Relatively Dry Month, While High Country Receives Upwards of 30 Inches of Rain Since June 1

Published Monday, September 2, 2013 at 4:20 pm

By Jesse Wood

Sept. 2, 2013. Compared to previous months, August was relatively dry.

While Boone experienced nearly 28 inches of rain in Boone in one of – if not – the wettest June and July combinations on record, it only rained 3.58 inches in August, according to archived climate information at RaysWeather.com. 

Here are other August rain totals from around the High Country – courtesy of RaysWeather.com archival info.

  • Boone – 3.58 inches
  • Beech Mountain – 3.51 inches
  • Banner Elk – 2.96 inches
  • Foscoe – 2.78 inches
  • Deep Gap – 3.67 inches
  • Zionville – 4.46 inches
  • App Ski Mountain – 5.47 inches

Here are June through August rain totals where applicable – courtesy of RaysWeather.com archival info.

  • Boone – 30.63 inches
  • Beech – 27.21 inches
  • Banner Elk – 26.29 inches

Hear are Year-to-Date rain totals where applicable – courtesy of RaysWeather.com archival info.

  • Boone – 65.46 inches
  • Beech Mountain 68.42 inches

Click here to get the next five-day weather forecast for anywhere in the High Country at RaysWeather.com. 

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