Muscat, April 24 (ONA)---The Water Monitoring devices of the Ministry of Regional Municipalities and Water Resources recorded the highest amount of precipitation (45 ml) in the Wilayats of Saham and Al Masanah, as a result of the Northern parts of the Sultanate remaining under the influence of the weather instability caused by low pressure trough for the third consecutive day.
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AP stands for Amount of Precipitation
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We also determined the cumulative amount of precipitation received at monthly intervals since January and cumulative precipitation received since July.
The Fourth Assessment of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (2007) had warned that increases in the amount of precipitation are very likely in high latitudes, while decreases are likely in most subtropical land regions.
Apparently our annual rainfall is pretty much the same as it's been for the past 100 years or so; it's perhaps a bit more erratic but the amount of precipitation we receive annually has changed very little.
Discussion The amount of precipitation in the Akmena-Dane river basin is one of the highest ones all over the Lithuania and can reach 926 mm annually.
And there was historic flooding along the Mississippi River in 2011 as a result of three times the average amount of precipitation in the Ohio Valley.
However, a suddenly decreased amount of precipitation in September starts increasing again and the second maximum, though not that pronounced, is reached in November.
Knowledge of the amount of precipitation is essential in hydrology for calculating water balance and river runoff (Bergstrom & Carlsson 1994).