Coon Creek Watershed District 2020 Comprehensive Plan CCWD Climate & Precipitation Chapter
Review of current chapter CLIMATE/PRECIPITATION Update data set to be more geographically representative of the District A...
Review of current chapter DATA Use MN Climatology Website to retrieve Daily and Monthly Precipitation & Temperature Data f...
Review of current chapter TEMPERATURE  Updated Temp Statistics & Trends
Review of current chapter PRECIPITATION  Updated Precip Statistics & Trends
Review of current chapter PRECIPITATION  Applicable Trends
Implications Of Changes In Precipitation <ul><li>Less annual precipitation </li></ul><ul><li>Greater occurrence of larger ...
Expectations Of Changes In Precipitation Volume management becomes critical component to surficial aquifer & water quality...
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#3 - Comp Plan - Climate & Precipitation

  1. 1. Coon Creek Watershed District 2020 Comprehensive Plan CCWD Climate & Precipitation Chapter
  2. 2. Review of current chapter CLIMATE/PRECIPITATION Update data set to be more geographically representative of the District Analyze data and bring statistics & trends up-to-date Review trends and their implications
  3. 3. Review of current chapter DATA Use MN Climatology Website to retrieve Daily and Monthly Precipitation & Temperature Data for the District
  4. 4. Review of current chapter TEMPERATURE Updated Temp Statistics & Trends
  5. 5. Review of current chapter PRECIPITATION Updated Precip Statistics & Trends
  6. 6. Review of current chapter PRECIPITATION Applicable Trends
  7. 7. Implications Of Changes In Precipitation <ul><li>Less annual precipitation </li></ul><ul><li>Greater occurrence of larger events </li></ul><ul><li>Less naturally-occurring infiltration </li></ul>
  8. 8. Expectations Of Changes In Precipitation Volume management becomes critical component to surficial aquifer & water quality management Needs Increase volume management requirement to 1.5”?

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