|Welcome to Rhode Island CoCoRaHS !
From the hills of northwest Providence County to Westerly, Newport, and Block Island
we are #RainGaugeReady and #RulersOfTheSnow
Follow Us on Twitter: @RI_CoCoRaHS
Pawcatuck River in Westerly, RI
Rhode Island became the 30th state to join CoCoRaHS on April 1, 2008
(And the first state to join in New England!)
One small measurement to make.
One giant impact that measurement makes upon the millions that depend upon water.
We encourage anyone who has an interest in the weather, a desire to learn more about weather and
climate, and enthusiasm to report daily observations to Join CoCoRaHS. Define your climate!
Southern New England CoCoRaHS Newsletter: January, 2020
(Thanks to our Editor, Matt Spies, CT-FR-9)
Winter will be here before you know it! Here are some tips for reporting snow and sleet:
For More Information:
Contact Joe Dellicarpini, Southern New England Coordinator, or Bill Simpson, State Coordinator
Rhode Island Fun Facts!
Rhode Island averages between 40 and 50 inches of precipitation each year
Record 24 hour rainfall: 12.13 inches in Westerly, Sep 16-17, 1932
Record maximum annual precipitation: 74.60 inches in North Scituate, 1972
Record minimum annual precipitation: 30.19 inches in Quonset Point, 1965
Rhode Island CoCoRaHS partners include Colorado State University,
National Weather Service in Boston/Norton, and the Rhode Island Water Resources Board