Only One South Carolina USHCN Station Set Their Record Daily Precipitation This Year

There are 18 currently active USHCN stations in South Carolina. Only one of them set their record daily precipitation during this year’s claimed 1,000 year rainfall. The average year for the precipitation records was 1950, and there is no indication that record rainfalls are more likely now than in the past.

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As always, the claims of climate propagandists have no merit.

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3 Responses to Only One South Carolina USHCN Station Set Their Record Daily Precipitation This Year

  1. Rud Istvan says:

    Interesting observation. However, the SC floods were the result of a multiday rainfall event, so not sure this is not an apples to oranges comparison.

    • pasinby says:

      Please explain , are you saying multi-day rain fall events never happened in the past ?

      • Rud Istvan says:

        No. They obviously have. And the 1/100 year event calculations (used for engineering calculations for things like drainage) are for the total multiday event, which relates to the volume of water to be handled by the system. Related to, but not the same as, maximum one day records. Hence apples to oranges.

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