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Thanks to a powerful upper level storm system, all five of our climate reporting sites set new daily rainfall records for October 25th 2021! Elko received 1.17” of rain which breaks the old record of 0.39” set in 1998. Ely broke its long standing 125 year rainfall record of 0.25” set in 1896 by receiving 1.05” of rain. Eureka received 0.62” of rainfall breaking the old record of 0.37” set in 1998. Tonopah shattered its old record of 0.03” of rainfall set in 2005 by receiving 0.63” of rain. Finally, Winnemucca received 0.96” of rainfall, breaking the old record of 0.48” set in 1998.

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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Western Region has launched the “Picture Climate Change'' student photo contest and is looking for images that showcase climate change in the western United States. This photo contest is a chance for students to showcase their climate change experience through the lens of a camera, and to provide a short written narrative. The narrative is meant to highlight the student’s climate change photo and provides the student a chance to add a short story about how the climate variability or change captured within their image has or will impact their local community and future.

Please help us spread the word about this contest so we can see and hear the voices of our nation’s students! Details are available - see the picture above! You can also click the link below.

Student Photo Contest

For more information about NOAA’s efforts to help people understand and prepare for climate variability and change, visit noaa.gov/climate

For further updates visit our Facebook and Twitter pages, or listen to NOAA Weather Radio and continue to check this website: www.weather.gov/elko or go to weather.gov/ and click on the map for NWS forecasts and warnings anywhere in the nation.

 

*At times the NWS provides links to partner sites because they may contain related information. However, the links do not constitute an endorsement by the NWS of any information, products or services.

 

 

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