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Normal monthly number of days with precipitation of .5, 1.0, 2.0, and 4.0 inches or more in the contiguous United States.
Four series of 12 maps of the United States, each 1: 10,000,000, present precipitation data based on the 30-yr period 1931-60.
Two to ten day precipitation for return periods of 2 to 100 years in the contiguous United States.
Twenty-four maps showing 2-, 4-, 7-, and 10-day point precipitation values for return periods of 2, 5, 10, 25, 50, and 100 yr and interpolation diagrams for obtaining values for intermediate durations and return periods ...
Maximum 24-hour precipitation in the United States.
Tables of maximum 24-hr amounts for the periods of record ending 1949 for 7,355 stations in the 48 states are presented.
Local climatological data, annual summary with comparative, Galveston, Texas.
(U.S. Government Printing Office., 1970)
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Rainfall and Floods of April, May and June 1957 in the South-Central States.
Storms and floods are described and tabulations of hourly and daily rainfall amounts for stations in the storm area, Texas to Missouri, are given.
Rainfall frequency atlas of the United States for durations from 30 minutes to 24 hours and return periods from 1 to 100 years.
Forty-nine maps showing 30-min 1-,2-,3-,6-,12-, and 24-hr point precipitations for return periods of 1, 2, 5, 10, 25, 50, and 100 yr and interpolation diagrams for obtaining values for intermediate durations and return ...
Rainfall associated with hurricanes.
Meteorological summaries, isohyetal maps, and maximum depth-area-duration data for over 200 tropical storms are presented.
Rainfall intensity- frequency regime, Part 2, Southeastern United States, 1958.
This paper represents one of the first major precipitation frequency studies for short durations since the investigations by David L. Yarnell in August 1935.
Frequency and areal distribution of tropical storm rainfall in the United States coastal region on the Gulf of Mexico.
Rainfall within 150 mi of the storm track and 100 mi inside the coastline during the period 24 hr before landfall to 24 hr after are discussed.