If you are a CoCoRaHS precipitation observer, you may be interested in this new website that allows you to check out the climatology of your station at https://dex.cocorahs.org/?skip=0&take=50. If you don’t know what CoCoRaHS is, check out their website at https://cocorahs.org/ and consider joining a great citizen science project measuring precipitation across the nations of the USA, Canada, and the Bahamas. I have been an observer since March 2008 and am currently the state coordinator for Georgia. We are always looking for new observers, especially in rural areas with few observers. These observations are used to monitor rainfall for flash flooding as well as local droughts, so the rainfall measurements you send in provide valuable information to the National Weather Service, the National Drought Monitor, and many other users. One example shown below shows the accumulated rainfall for the past few years at any station.