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this month's thirteen days of measurable precipitation brought the year's total, so far, to 78. only five other years (most recently in 2008) have had at least this many such days from January 1 to June 30. however, 2018, which had 25.60" in the first half, trails twenty-seven other years regarding the total amount of precipitation between Jan 1 to June 30.


1991, 1959, 1987 and 1965 are the only other years in which both May and June had five or more days with a high of 88° or hotter.

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