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As for the drainage of surface water, even in areas of heavy rainfall is possible to measure effectively the dimensions of drain. But in areas where hurricanes occur, there is some kind of calculation for designing a drainage system? To at least try to minimize the damage. If anyone can send me any article on this subject I would be very grateful.

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    a rather complete document for city dranage management. I'll check media rain fall for the location. http://www.jonesboro.org/documents/Stormwater%20Manual.pdf

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    47.5" rain average for whole 2010. Sorry, they only have plenty of tornadoes.

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