Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Weather 2007 - The 10 Rainiest Cities in the U.S. has released its list of the rainiest cities in the United States.

Surprisingly, none of them are in the Pacific Northwest or the New England states. Not surprisingly, on the other hand, they are all in Gulf states:

Mobile, Alabama--67” rainfall; 59 rainy days
Pensacola, Florida--65” rainfall; 56 rainy days
New Orleans, Louisiana--64” rainfall; 59 rainy days
West Palm Beach, Florida--63” rainfall; 58 rainy days
Lafayette, Louisiana--62” rainfall; 55 rainy days
Baton Rouge, Louisiana--62” rainfall; 56 rainy days
Miami, Florida--62” rainfall; 57 rainy days
Port Arthur, Texas--61” rainfall; 51 rainy days
Tallahassee, Florida--61” rainfall; 56 rainy days
Lake Charles, Louisiana--58” rainfall; 50 rainy days

On the same day, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration issued a press release warning that "they expect 13 to 17 tropical storms, with seven to 10 of them becoming hurricanes and three to five of them in the strong category."

Guess where hurricanes like to travel? The Gulf states!

If you live along the Gulf of Mexico, this might be the time to consider a relocation to the desert!

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