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Stormy Weather in the Northwest; Fire Weather Threat Redeveloping in Southern California this Weekend

An active fall storm pattern in the Pacific Northwest is bringing heavy rain and high elevation snow to the region which will persist through this weekend. Strong winds associated with this system will bring a renewed period of critical fire weather to southern California later this weekend into next week. Read More >

Rainfall Totals for July 24, 2001

Precipitation Map for July 24, 2001...Data in text can be found below.

...RAINFALL SOAKS THE TRI STATE AREA...

A LARGE CONVECTIVE SYSTEM MOVED THROUGH SOUTHEAST SOUTH DAKOTA... 
SOUTHWEST MINNESOTA...AND NORTHWEST IOWA THIS MORNING...LEAVING 
BEHIND A FAIR AMOUNT OF RAINFALL.  SOME RAINFALL TOTALS WERE 
ACTUALLY NEAR OR GREATER THAN THE AVERAGE FOR THE MONTH OF JULY.

SOME STORM TOTALS RECEIVED THROUGH JULY 24, 2001 4PM THIS AFTERNOON...

SOUTHEAST SOUTH DAKOTA

CANISTOTA             3.25
4WNW CANTON           3.15
SIOUX FALLS AIRPORT   2.52  /NORMAL JULY PRECIP 2.68 INCHES
                             TOTAL RAINFALL IN LAST 48 HOURS 4.88 IN/
4ESE HARTFORD         2.28
LYONS                 1.85
6SE CENTERVILLE       1.74
3NE FORESTBURG        1.70
10E BERESFORD         1.50
1E RENNER             1.40
ALCESTER              1.11
KIMBALL               1.00
MITCHELL              0.80
MANCHESTER            0.64
4W HURON              0.50
HURON AIRPORT         0.44

NORTHWEST IOWA

3ENE HOSPERS          4.10
3E HOSPSERS           3.75
1N SHELDON            3.16
PRIMGHAR              3.03
ROSSIE                2.80
SPENCER               2.35
SPENCER AIRPORT       2.34
CHEROKEE              1.98
2SE SIOUX CENTER      1.92
4E SIOUX RAPIDS       1.85
SIOUX CITY AIRPORT    0.28


SOUTHWEST MINNESOTA

LUVERNE                  2.10
WORTHINGTON              1.73
4NW ADRIAN               1.65
8N READING               0.70
PIPESTONE NATL MONUMENT  0.50


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