Ever notice how it rains at the airport and sometimes not at your house?  Rainfall can be quite variable, especially here in Florida. Join thousands of other Citizen Scientist’s who observer and report rainfall in their backyards using a simple plastic rain gauge.  CoCoRaHS, the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow network, celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, is looking for everyday folks to help measure rainfall at their locations.  It’s easy and fun and only takes five minutes a day. Over 25,000 folks in six different countries are helping scientist’s, researchers and those at the National Weather Service fill in the gaps on the map with their measurements.  The data is used daily and can make a real difference. To become a rainfall volunteer, visit www.cocorahs.org and sign up today.  We can really use your help in Northern Florida!