Light Rainfall

Some articles on light rainfall, rainfall, light:

List Of New Jersey Hurricanes - List of Tropical Cyclones - 1980s
... A tropical depression dissipates after bringing light rainfall throughout the state. 1985 – Moisture from Hurricane Bob produces rainfall across the state ... Danny drops up to 5 inches (13 cm) of rainfall in the extreme southern portion of the state ...
List Of North Carolina Hurricanes (1950–1979) - 1970s
... across the Outer Banks, bringing locally heavy rainfall and gusty winds ... Storm Doria makes landfall near Morehead City, which causes mudslides from heavy rainfall but overall light damage ... landfall near Atlantic Beach and slowly moves across the state, dropping heavy rainfall peaking at 15.6 inches (396 mm) at Bodie Island ...
List Of New York Hurricanes - 2000 and After
... — The remnants of Hurricane Gordon produce light rainfall in Southeastern New York State ... The remnants of Tropical Storm Allison produce moderate rainfall up to 3 inches (75 mm), although it fell in just a couple hours causing minor to moderate. 2002 — The remnants of Hurricane Isidore produce widespread light rainfall over much of the state and moderate wind gusts ...
List Of Maryland Hurricanes (1980–present) - 2005–present
... The rainfall causes flooding in some locations, leaving numerous roads underwater, and flooding several basements ... The remnants of Hurricane Dennis produce widespread light rainfall across much of the state ... October 2005, which produces up to 9 in (230 mm) of rainfall ...
List Of North Carolina Hurricanes (1980–1999) - 1990–1994
11, 1990 – The remnants of Hurricane Klaus drop heavy rainfall in the state's interior section ... remnants of Tropical Storm Marco bring additional heavy rainfall to the state, causing two direct deaths and two indirect traffic deaths ... July 3, 1991 – Light rainfall in the center of the state occurs due to the tropical depression that later becomes Tropical Storm Ana ...

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