Aberdeen Flooded Basement Cleanup

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Aberdeen, North Carolina, is a town situated in Moore County with a moderate subtropical climate, experiencing all four seasons, including warm, humid summers and relatively mild winters. The precipitation pattern in Aberdeen reflects this climate, with the town receiving a fairly generous amount of rainfall throughout the year.

On average, Aberdeen accumulates approximately 45-50 inches of rainfall annually. This level of precipitation is somewhat higher than the United States average, which sits around 38 inches per year. Rainfall in Aberdeen is fairly well-distributed across the months, however, the late spring and summer months tend to be slightly wetter due to the influence of the Atlantic hurricane season and frequent thunderstorms that can bring heavy downpours. During these summer storms, rain can be particularly intense and can contribute significantly to the monthly and yearly totals.

The months of June through August are usually the wettest, while the fall months experience a gradual decline in rainfall. Nevertheless, even during the drier periods, Aberdeen does not typically suffer from severe or extended droughts due to the consistent distribution of rain through the seasons. Winters can be damp as well, with rain often accompanying the cooler temperatures, although snow is less common and contributes minimally to the annual precipitation figures.

Residents and farmers in Aberdeen rely on this consistent rainfall to replenish local water supplies, support agriculture, and maintain the lush greenery that characterizes the landscape of the region.

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