Average Precipitation for Texas in March





The tables below give monthly averages for rainfall plus snowfall during March at cities, towns and parks in Texas.

Each place has a total for the amount of precipitation it usually receives this month. Most sites also have information on the number of days with wet weather. That includes the days when precipitation amounts to 0.01 inches (0.25 millimetres) or more.

The precipitation totals are averages based on weather data collected from 1981 to 2010 for the NOAA National Climatic Data Center.

You can jump to a separate table for each region of the state: North Central Texas, South Central Texas, East Texas, Gulf Coast and West Texas.

North Central Texas

Average monthly precipitation in March
Days Place Inches Milli­metres
8 College Station 3.2 81
8 Dallas 3.5 89
7 Denton 3.2 82
8 Fort Worth 3.5 90
8 Killeen 3.2 82
8 McKinney 4.1 103
8 Waco 3.2 80
7 Wichita Falls 2.2 56

South Central Texas

March averages for total rainfall plus snowfall
Days Place Inches Milli­metres
9 Austin 2.8 70
7 Choke Canyon Lake Dam 1.9 48
4 Falcon Lake Dam 0.7 17
9 Fredericksburg 2.5 62
5 Kingsville 1.5 37
4 Laredo 1.1 28
4 Midland 0.6 15
7 New Braunfels 2.6 66
9 San Antonio 2.3 59

East Texas

Average amount of rain and snow in March
Days Place Inches Milli­metres
9 Lake Fork 3.9 100
8 Longview 4.3 109
9 Lufkin 3.8 96
9 Sam Rayburn Lake Dam 5.0 126
10 Texarkana 4.7 118
10 Toledo Bend Reservoir Dam 4.5 114
10 Tyler 4.2 106

Gulf Coast

Precipitation totals for March
Days Place Inches Milli­metres
6 Aransas Wildlife Refuge 3.1 80
9 Beaumont 3.5 89
4 Brownsville 1.2 31
5 Corpus Christi 1.9 48
7 Galveston 2.9 72
9 Houston 3.4 87
4 McAllen 1.0 26
South Padre Island 1.2 31
7 Victoria 2.8 70

West Texas

Total precipitation during March
Days Place Inches Milli­metres
6 Abilene 1.7 44
6 Amarillo 1.4 35
5 Del Rio 1.1 29
2 El Paso 0.3 7
4 Guadalupe Mountains Park 0.5 14
1 Lajitas, Big Bend Park 0.2 6
5 Lubbock 1.1 28
6 San Angelo 1.5 38
Reference

National Climatic Data Center. NOAA's 1981-2010 Climate Normals.

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