Inches

Some articles on inches:

Ungava Peninsula - Climate
7.8 (18.0) −20 (−4) −31.1 (−24.0) −43.9 (−47.0) −49.8 (−57.6) Precipitation mm (inches) 33.2 (1.307) 28.4 (1.118) 30.7 (1.209) 27.3 (1.075) 29.6 ...
Nanaimo - Location and Geography - Climate
14.1 −6.7 −6.7 −0.7 2.5 2.7 −2.7 −6.7 −22 −21.2 −22.4 Precipitation mm (inches) 169.5 (6.673) 140.4 (5.528) 112.4 (4.425) 63.1 (2.484) 49.9 (1.965) 44.9 (1.768 ...
Achondroplasia
... adult height of 131 centimeters (51.5 inches) for males and 123 centimeters (48.4 inches) for females ... adults are known to be as short as 62.8 cm (24.7 inches) ...
Highlands, North Carolina - Climate
... cool summers and abundant rainfall, averaging 87.57 inches (2,224 mm) per year ... Average snowfall is only 6 inches (15 cm), largely due to the fact that Highlands is further south and east in the Appalachian Mountains. 11 (−24) −19 (−28) Precipitation inches (mm) 7.35 (186.7) 7.18 (182.4) 7.56 (192) 6.41 (162.8) 6.32 (160.5) 7.04 (178.8) 6.34 (161) 6.64 (168.7) 7.63 ...
Auburn, Indiana - Climate
... Average annual precipitation in Auburn is 35.47 inches (901 mm) ... is normally June, with an average of 4.17 inches (106 mm) ... The wettest year was 1985 with 43.50 inches (1,105 mm) and the driest year was 1964 with 19.93 inches (506 mm) ...

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