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The statement about June 1999 having one day of rain is wrong, as the month actually had five days of rain. 0.19" fell on 6/29, 0.18" fell on 6/21, 0.11" fell on 6/17, 0.08" fell on 6/14 and 0.03" fell on 6/20.


This one's a mystery as the source that used to be my exclusive one indicates just one day of measurable rain (see the link below). I can't think of another instance where there's been such a discrepancy between sources. To confirm that rain did, in fact, fall on these other days I reviewed my 1999 journal and noted that I mentioned rain on the dates you listed. I believe I've removed references to June '99's one day of rain in some other observations I've made in other posts.

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