March rainfall above normal, temps below

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By Barney Leach

March, normally our third wettest month of the year, was our wettest month of the year so far at 5.83 inches of rain. We had five days with measurable rainfall with a greatest one-day total of 3.60 inches on Wednesday, March 28. Normal rainfall for March is 4.33 inches. Total rainfall for the year now stands at 11.15 inches. Normal rainfall through March is 11.31 inches. March temperatures were slightly below normal with high temperatures only in the mid- to upper-70s during the latter part of the month. High and low temperatures of the month were 87 degrees on Saturday, March 17, and 32 degrees on Wednesday, March 14.

Rainfall by the month


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