Rain is very rare in Death Valley The average annual precipitation in Death Valley is about 1.6 inches. The wettest month on record is January 1995 when 2.59 inches fell on Death Valley. February and March are typically the rainiest months, each month getting about 0.4 inches on average per year.
The average annual precipitation for Death Valley is 1.84″ and the wettest months are typically January through March and November and December. The average rain fall for those months range from .19″ to .33″ and most rainfall is blocked by the Sierra Nevada Mountains to the west, accounting for Death Valley’s extreme aridity.
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