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June 30, 2014 05:45 PM

June Was Wet For Some, Dry For Others

June was soggy. Some areas of KELOLAND received up to and over eight inches of rain, above what is considered average. Not everywhere was soaked.  Some places actually received less than average amounts.

This map shows the amount of rain over the last 30 days. The yellow colors represent two to four inches of rain, the reds represent 5 to 8 inches, and the purple colors represent 10 inches or more of rainfall over the month of June.

With this map, it is easy to see where most of the rain fell; in northwest KELOLAND, and in the southeast where total amounts of rain were over 13 inches. However, there was a stretch, here, that actually received between a half inch and one inch below the climate average.

And as we go into July, we will start the month off with dry and cool conditions with highs only in the 60s but we'll recover quickly and see the 80s again by the weekend.

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