UCRWUniversity of Cincinnati Raymond Walters (College)
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Our projection shows that precipitation in the UCRW is likely to change, varying by months and by observation stations.
Figure 7 shows the relative change in monthly mean precipitation of the UCRW, computed as the average of the five investigated meteorological stations.
As stated earlier, climate in the UCRW can be divided into two seasons: the dry season, lasting from November to April, and the wet season, lasting from May to December.
In short, the uncertaintyin the projected future precipitation in the UCRW is large.
June is one of the hottest months in the UCRW, with an average maximum temperature of about 38[degrees]C and an average PET of more than 100 mm.