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Climate in the Hualapai Valley Basin

The Hualapai Valley Basin does not contain any NOAA/NWS Co-op Network, Evaporation Pan, AZMET or SNOTEL/Snowcourse stations.  The precipitation figures shown in Figure 4.4-3 are from the Spatial Climatic Analysis Service (SCAS) at Oregon State University.  More detailed information on climate in the planning area is found in Section 4.0.3.  A description of this and other climate data sources and methods is found in Volume 1, Appendix A.  For a link to the web site for each climate data source click its header.

SCAS Precipitation Data

  • Average annual precipitation is as high as 14 inches at the southernmost tip of the basin in the Hualapai Mountains and as low as four inches in the northern portion of the basin along the boundary with Nevada.

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Meteorological Stations and Annual Precipitation

 

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