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Our rainfall is more than adequate for yard and garden irrigation  but it does not fall consistently throughout the year as you can see from the following table.

Dallas-Ft Worth Rainfall
Month Precipitation
January 1.90in.
February 2.37in.
March 3.06in.
April 3.20in.
May 5.15in.
June 3.23in.
July 2.12in.
August 2.03in.
September 2.42in.
October 4.11in.
November 2.57in.
December  2.57in.

The communities of North Texas use more water than any other area of the state, particularly in the summer months. Yet we get most of our rainfall in May and October.  

See water volume graphics here and here.  

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Rainwater and snowmelt are the primary sources for all fresh water on the
planet. We don’t have snowmelt but we do have rainwater!

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