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RankAverage Precipitation ▼County / Population
1.66.68 inchesEscambia, FL / 304,099
2.66.59 inchesSanta Rosa, FL / 158,240
3.66.09 inchesOkaloosa, FL / 188,984
4.63.73 inchesBay, FL / 172,988
5.63.66 inchesWashington, FL / 24,660
6.62.42 inchesWalton, FL / 57,821
7.61.04 inchesGulf, FL / 15,781
8.60.77 inchesCalhoun, FL / 14,657
9.60.51 inchesMiami-Dade, FL / 2,600,861
10.59.94 inchesFranklin, FL / 11,636
11.59.47 inchesLiberty, FL / 8,302
12.57.99 inchesBroward, FL / 1,815,269
13.57.99 inchesHolmes, FL / 19,741
14.57.06 inchesJackson, FL / 49,105
15.56.58 inchesWakulla, FL / 31,015
16.56.44 inchesDixie, FL / 16,137
17.54.95 inchesGadsden, FL / 46,865
18.54.50 inchesPalm Beach, FL / 1,359,074
19.54.49 inchesLeon, FL / 280,882
20.54.26 inchesLevy, FL / 40,057
21.54.18 inchesJefferson, FL / 14,335
22.54.12 inchesGilchrist, FL / 16,948
23.54.01 inchesCharlotte, FL / 163,151
24.53.64 inchesSarasota, FL / 386,944
25.53.61 inchesTaylor, FL / 22,690
26.53.55 inchesMonroe, FL / 75,208
27.53.51 inchesCollier, FL / 334,474
28.53.44 inchesHardee, FL / 27,549
29.53.44 inchesManatee, FL / 335,840
30.53.31 inchesLafayette, FL / 8,821
31.53.30 inchesDe Soto, FL / 34,785
32.53.20 inchesHendry, FL / 38,360
33.52.98 inchesSaint Lucie, FL / 283,988
34.52.91 inchesLee, FL / 647,554
35.52.65 inchesMartin, FL / 149,658
36.52.44 inchesSeminole, FL / 432,135
37.52.41 inchesCitrus, FL / 139,771
38.52.28 inchesHillsborough, FL / 1,279,668
39.52.28 inchesHernando, FL / 173,792
40.52.20 inchesPasco, FL / 472,745
41.52.20 inchesMadison, FL / 18,901
42.52.01 inchesIndian River, FL / 140,918
43.51.98 inchesVolusia, FL / 498,981
44.51.93 inchesPolk, FL / 617,323
45.51.91 inchesBradford, FL / 27,552
46.51.87 inchesPinellas, FL / 925,030
47.51.83 inchesBrevard, FL / 548,891
48.51.74 inchesSuwannee, FL / 43,404
49.51.67 inchesAlachua, FL / 251,759
50.51.63 inchesLake, FL / 305,010
51.51.55 inchesSumter, FL / 103,708
52.51.39 inchesClay, FL / 194,868
53.51.29 inchesOsceola, FL / 289,449
54.51.14 inchesFlagler, FL / 98,843
55.51.12 inchesMarion, FL / 334,771
56.51.12 inchesOrange, FL / 1,200,241
57.50.99 inchesUnion, FL / 15,258
58.50.98 inchesColumbia, FL / 67,662
59.50.90 inchesGlades, FL / 13,190
60.50.85 inchesSaint Johns, FL / 203,402
61.50.68 inchesHamilton, FL / 14,466
62.50.60 inchesBaker, FL / 27,057
63.50.41 inchesHighlands, FL / 98,261
64.50.36 inchesOkeechobee, FL / 39,398
65.50.17 inchesPutnam, FL / 73,191
66.50.16 inchesNassau, FL / 74,918
67.49.92 inchesDuval, FL / 880,750

Please note that we only rank locations with 'Average Precipitation' data. The rank above might not be a complete list. Locations without 'Average Precipitation' data are not listed.


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