Special Report

States with the Most Rain

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30. Alaska
> Average yearly rainfall: 36.7 inches
> Average monthly rainfall: 3.1 inches
> Rainiest time of year: 4.7 inches in September

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29. Illinois
> Average yearly rainfall: 37.5 inches
> Average monthly rainfall: 3.1 inches
> Rainiest time of year: 4.1 inches in May

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28. Ohio
> Average yearly rainfall: 38.3 inches
> Average monthly rainfall: 3.3 inches
> Rainiest time of year: 4.2 inches in May

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27. Indiana
> Average yearly rainfall: 39.7 inches
> Average monthly rainfall: 3.4 inches
> Rainiest time of year: 4.7 inches in May

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26. New York
> Average yearly rainfall: 40.3 inches
> Average monthly rainfall: 3.5 inches
> Rainiest time of year: 3.9 inches in June

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