July 2011 Precipitation Maps for your Unit!

The first real month of the Monsoon Season is behind us, so how did your unit do?
Next year these maps will be subscriber/customer only benefits, as we find them very useful for scouting purposes.

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This map illustrates the percentage of normal/average precipitation for the month of July, as compared to July 2011.
Normal Precipitation:
“Normal” precipitation is derived from PRISM climate data, created at Oregon State University. The PRISM gridded climate maps are considered the most detailed, highest-quality spatial climate datasets currently available. The 30 year PRISM normal from 1971-2000 is used for precipitation analysis since 2004. Prior to 2004 the 30 year PRISM normal from 1961-1990 is used.
Map credits go to: NOAA
GMU overlay by CEi Outdoors
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Craig Steele

About Craig Steele

Craig Steele is the founder and publisher at ORGhunt.com. Craig is an obsessed hunter and professional hunting guide. He owns and operates Predator Exclusives. Craig also guides for Exclusive Pursuit Outfitters. Besides hunting and guiding, he operates CS Creativity, which is his marketing and graphic design business.

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