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also in a 2017 statement you could say just one-third of the past thirty years (including this year) had measurable rain on this date.


Actually, one-third is well above average - the typical calendar date, since 1960, has had measurable precipitation in 23% of the years. Most weather statistics need to be compared to an average in order to determine if they're above or below average and worthy of attention.

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