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Quick Facts About Water Service in Attleboro
252 miles of water mains
3.50 million gallons of water pumped per day in winter
6.75 million gallons of water pumped per day in summer
Daily temperatures recorded December 1939 to present
First rain gauge used in 1895
Monthly and daily precipitation totals maintained from November 1937 to present
Most rain in 24 hours period of 6.25 inches recorded in October 15, 2005
Most rain in 48 hours period of 7.27 inches recorded on October 14-15, 2005
Most rain in 72 hours period of 8.06 inches recorded on October 14-16, 2005
Official state weather observer in 1896
Over 1800 fire hydrants
Over 13,000 Accounts
Seasonal snow high recorded of 106.5 inches in 1995-1996
Seasonal snow low recorded of 10 inches in 1979-1980
Serves a population of 43,000
Yearly precipitation totals maintained from 1901 to present
Lowest recorded temperature of -28 degrees occurred January 11, 1942
Highest recorded temperature of 103 degrees occurred July 6, 2010 and July 15, 1995
Highest monthly rainfall of 15.35 inches recorded in October 2005
Lowest monthly rainfall of .1 inches recorded in June 1949
Highest yearly rainfall total of 65.98 inches recorded in 1972
Lowest yearly rainfall total of 27.63 inches recorded in 1965
Most snow in 24 hour period recorded February 6, 1978 of 26 inches
Most snow in 48 hour period recorded February 6-7, 1978 of 34 inches
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