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January had five days of measurable precipitation. this was the second fewest number of such days of any January on record. only two Januarys have had fewer (they both had four), 1896 and 1981. however, despite this, this January is far from the top ten driest on record because there were two days in which over an inch and a half of precipitation fell.

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